We had a situation in our ward with family members that wouldn't help
A multi-generational family in our ward lives on a hillside property (Southern California) that requires yearly weed abatement in order to stay within local fire code requirements. There are multiple able-bodied individuals living on the property, yet none of them raise a finger to help, and the grandma has to call on the ward to help her out. After one of our EQ members injured himself working over there a few years ago, the Bishop finally had to lay down the law and tell the family that the ward would not be coming over to help anymore until they started pitching in and doing some work. We've never been asked to go back and work there again.