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Muscogee (Creek) Nation calls for volunteers during COVID-19 pandemic
Volunteers needed to provide relief for elders, families and health care workers
OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — During this time as we face the global pandemic of COVID-19, Principal Chief David Hill and Second Chief Del Beaver have announced the #OneMvskoke Initiative Volunteer Campaign.
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation is asking citizens to embrace the spirit of unity by answering the call to volunteer and assist in what may include services to elders, assistance to health care employees, food programs and a host of other services that may be affected during this crisis.
At this time, MCN operations are efficient and plans that have been put in place are displaying success in filling the gaps in services. However, we want to remain proactive and prepared if more people are needed in certain areas.
Any citizen wanting to volunteer in any capacity during this time of crisis, please contact:
(918) 549-2453 or firstname.lastname@example.org.