Danieh, I understand being stuck at home with "nothing to do" at home can be boring. I understand we are all at home; and the good thing is there is always something to do and it doesn't have to be a event only offered to adults. There are many individual and family activities regardless of age. In regards to volunteering you call friends, family, and people you know of from your community of all ages; a call can serve as a motivation booster for our older folks who are stuck at home just like us. Another activity that you can do is letter writing /email, although a little similar to phone calls, if you know that hospitals, clinics, and other organizations that are currently serving at the moment you can send them a email in which it will be shared within the staff (our heroes). One last thing I believe will be a good opportunity would be reaching out to class mates and provide some assistance in the work received from your teacher (if your school has adapted to school from home); with helping your class mates learn more towards a subject they may find difficult you can and potentially will feel good because you're helping your colleague reach the same goal: graduation. Although it takes one step at a time, I believe that will be an excellent idea, Plus you may even receive service hours if required from your school. Thank you and enjoy the mast amount of opportunities you have in helping, learning, and motivating your community.