Frequently Asked Questions
This year, it is even easier than ever to join the Cupid Crew movement and be a part of sending some love to tens of thousands of older adults in your hometown and across the country this Valentine’s Day! Read on for fun facts, inspiring ideas, and helpful hints to make the most of your Cupid Crew experience.
How can I safely get involved with Cupid Crew 2021?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Cupid Crew 2021 is a bit different this year! Instead of delivering roses to senior communities, we are asking all interested volunteers to download, print and decorate cards for seniors on Valentine’s Day. Based on the number of cards you complete, you can drop them off at a senior community near you, a neighbor’s house, or mail them to an older adult in your life. Please make sure to follow COVID-19 guidelines, including wearing a mask, never entering a home during a delivery, wearing gloves during the delivery and staying 6 feet apart from anybody you encounter. If you are dropping cards off at a residence or senior living community, simply leave a box of cards outside, return to a safe distance and call your main point of contact to let them know the cards have been dropped off.
How can I get friends and family involved with this movement?
Share the link to our Cupid Crew page with friends and family and invite them to download, decorate and deliver cards. We’d love to have them join the Cupid Crew movement! Spread the word even further by posting pictures or videos of your card creation on social media. Don’t forget to tag #CupidCrew.
What should I include in my card?
How many cards can I decorate?
Where do I deliver cards to?
Once you have completed printing and designing your cards, you can make sure the cards are in the right hands. It is up to you to decide where you would like to deliver these cards. Once you decide where you would like to deliver your cards, whether it be a local senior community or a friend’s house, simply call in advance and let them know when you are dropping the cards off. If you do not have any senior contacts and want to get involved, simply Google search senior living communities and ask the front desk if you can deliver. Odds are very high that they will be thrilled to accept! Keep in mind that we recommend delivering the cards before February 14th and that each senior should get one card, which means if we finish many cards, you can drop off to more places!
What does it cost to participate?
Nothing! As long as you have a printer, you are free to decorate and drop off as many cards as you want. If you want to mail cards, you will be responsible for postage.
I really enjoyed decorating cards, what other volunteer opportunities does Wish of a Lifetime have?
Thanks for your interest in volunteering with Wish of a Lifetime. To learn more please email email@example.com.