Trained volunteers work alone or in teams to provide a combination of companionship, practical assistance and social support to persons living with HIV/AIDS in an outreach capacity.

This can include sharing a walk or a cup of tea, assisting with meal preparation, groceries, light housekeeping or laundry. Community Outreach volunteers can also provide accompaniment to a doctor's appointment, run an errand with clients and help a participant to pack in preparation for a move, or provide respite with child minding.

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