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 Entry IDLink to Entry Project Name Project Description Project Date Project Start Time Project End Time
19467View DetailsGirl Scouts

Our girls will be selling cookies and making a craft

01/20/202012:00 AM03:00 PM
19382View DetailsHumane League of Lancaster County Winter Cleanup Project

Volunteers will be assisting staff with sorting/organizing donations, cleaning/organizing outside storage areas, assisting in laundry and dishes, and animal enrichment activities. Volunteers may also be asked to assist with cleaning dog kennel and cat room areas.No direct contact with shelter animals will be permitted due to safety restrictions, though we will try to offer access to some of our adoptable animals with staff assistance prior to the end of the day.

01/20/202001:00 AM04:30 PM
17000View DetailsWilliam C Longstreth Elementary School

Judges, Attorneys and Court Employees partner with the Mural Arts and the Mayors Re-Entry Program to paint and beautify the environment of underprivileged students.

01/20/202007:00 AM04:00 PM
17001View DetailsWilliam C Longstreth Elementary School / Clean Laundry & Learn Paints Bright Futures;

The Clean Laundry Learn Paint Bright Futures Project invites Judges, Attorneys and Court Employees partner with Philadelphia Mural Arts and the Mayors Re-Entry Program to paint and beautify the environment of underprivileged students. Volunteers will be painting and collecting laundry detergent, toiletries and personal items to support the schools New Laundry Program.

01/20/202007:00 AM04:00 PM
18058View DetailsKitchen Meal Prep

Groups will work in the kitchen under the guidance of MANNA’s amazing chefs. You will work on supervised tasks that our chefs assign such as chopping vegetables, packing meals, filling meal trays, making sandwiches, baking and any other tasks for the day.

01/20/202007:00 AM08:00 PM
17002View DetailsWilliam C Longstreth Elementary School / Clean Laundry & Learn Paints Bright Futures;

The Clean Laundry Learn & Paint Bright Futures Project invites Judges, Attorneys and Court Employees to partner with Philadelphia Mural Arts and the Mayors Re-Entry Program to paint and beautify the environment of underprivileged students. Volunteers will be painting and collecting laundry detergent, toiletries and other personal items to support the schools New Laundry Program.

01/20/202007:00 AM04:00 PM
18065View DetailsBreakfast Honoring the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County is proud to announce that its annual memorial breakfast honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will take place on Friday, January 17, 2020, 7:30–9:30 a.m., at the Sheraton in Eatontown, 6 Industrial Way East.

Event tickets are $30 for adults, $10 for youth (16 & under) and $250 for a table of 10. For tickets or more information on the breakfast or essay contest, please contact Event Manager Sandy Riddle at 732.671.5505, ext. 119 or e-ma

01/17/202007:30 AM09:30 PM
16988View Details19th Annual MLKCommUNITY Breakfast

The Martin Luther King CommUNITY Breakfast brings together over 500 community leaders, clergy, public officials and friends in observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and for fellowship and service. It is the largest event of its kind in Chester County. For the past two years, Congressman John Lewis has served as our Honorary Chairperson. After the Breakfast there is an opportunity for participants to dialogue with keynote speaker on issues of concern in the community.

01/20/202007:30 AM02:00 PM
16989View Details19th Annual MLKCommUNITY Breakfast

The Martin Luther King CommUNITY Breakfast brings together over 500 community leaders, clergy, public officials and friends in observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and for fellowship and service. community breakfast

01/20/202007:30 AM02:00 PM
16923View Details19th Annual MLKCommUNITY Breakfast

The Martin Luther King CommUNITY Breakfast brings together over 500 community leaders, clergy, public officials and friends in observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and for fellowship and service. It is the largest event of its kind in Chester County. For the past two years, Congressman John Lewis has served as our Honorary Chairperson. After the Breakfast there is an opportunity for participants to dialogue with keynote speaker on issues of concern in the community.

01/20/202007:30 AM02:00 PM
17066View DetailsToiletry Giveaway for mens & womens Shelters/Community

church donations - youth ministry - Toiletry giveaway to neighborhood and neighborhood shelters

01/20/202008:00 AM05:00 PM
18121View DetailsBike Tour

The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce announced the 31st Annual Ocean to Bay Bike Tour will be held Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25. Cyclists can choose a 30-, 50-, 62.5-, or 100-mile ride. Traveling throughout Southern Delaware’s scenic beaches and bays, registrants will receive access to exclusive gifts and amenities including a long-sleeve tech T-shirt and fully equipped rest stops. A 15-mile Friday Fun Ride featuring an out-and-back route from Bethany Beach to the Indian River In

04/24/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
16716View DetailsMLK Day of Service

The annual MLK Day of Service will be held at 605 South Duke St. York Pa. Beginning in the morning community members gather for a free breakfast, unsung heroes are recognized, various artistic presentations, civic dialogue and words from community members that echo the vision on Martin Luther King. More info forthcoming.

01/20/202008:00 AM01:00 PM
17232View DetailsBook Drive

Literacy event where sheriffs are reading to students

01/13/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17470View DetailsMobile Meals

The Mobile Meals project delivers meals to seniors, the sick, shut-ins and first responders in the community.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
18137View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Memorial Breakfast

Tables may also be purchased via check at the following address:

Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia, Inc. c/o Osazenoriuwa Ebose 1600 Market Street, Suite 3600 Philadelphia, PA 19103

Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Project to immediately follow breakfast.

Chairwoman, 2020 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Memorial Breakfast Osazenoriuwa Ebose 2020 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Memorial Breakfast Co-Chairs Clementa Amazan Kevinn Souffrant

01/20/202008:00 AM10:00 PM
19789View DetailsRock the Vote!

The purpose of Rock the Vote! is to assemble packages to distribute in community in order to Get Out the Vote. Rock the Vote! packs includes a kindness rock reminding persons to vote, rock candy and literature on new voting legislature and schedule of elections for 2020.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17481View DetailsAssemble Personal Hygiene Care Kits

The Assemble Personal Hygiene Care Kits project will package donations with notes of encouragement for shelters to be given to those who are unsheltered.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17067View DetailsBook Drive for early childhood education and development

church donations - youth ministry - Books and educational giveaway to neighboring community

01/20/202008:00 AM05:00 PM
18123View DetailsDelaware Division of Child Support Services System Update

In early 2020, the Delaware Division of Child Support Services will team up with U.S. Bank to issue a new prepaid debit card, the U.S. Bank ReliaCard, for child support recipients to receive their payments electronically. The ReliaCard will replace the current First State Family Card. In order to ensure timely mailing of the new ReliaCard to child support recipients, the Division of Child Support Services is urging customers to verify that their Social Security number, date of birth.

04/24/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
17471View DetailsSuperMarket Food Drive

This project focuses on providing food for local community institutions that feed the hungry, homeless and less fortunate. The “SuperMarket Food Drive” is conducted to stock the West Chester Food Cupboard.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
18066View Details23rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Breakfast

General admission is $40 and students pay $15. Proceeds will benefit the Mary Gertrude Smith Boddie Scholarship Fund, which provides financial assistance to undergraduate students of color at ESU.

01/20/202008:00 AM10:00 AM
19790View DetailsClothes Giveaway

IN THE SPIRIT OF GIVING, the Clothes Closet of St. Paul’s Baptist has numerous new and gently worn men and women suits, jeans and clothing for infants, toddlers, boys and girls. We also have a variety of belts, shoes and boots.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17482View DetailsStoryTime

This project focuses on literacy. Volunteers visit community day care centers, schools and shelters to read books, do arts and crafts activities and reflect on Dr. King with children and residents. Birthday cake and refreshments are served. Each child receives a brand new book.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
19378View DetailsGet our second floor ready for a capital campaign!

The second floor of our building needs to be cleaned out in order for us to start our capital campaign of remodeling it to create our community kitchen, shared partner offices, space for banking and legal services as well as for a computer lab, classroom space and competition space for our eSports Team.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17068View DetailsBridle Path Elementary School MLK Day of Service 2019

Bridle Path Elementary School is honored to participate again this year in the MLK Day of Service. The entire school will fill breakfast bags with food items and they will be donated to our local food bank for distribution to those in need.

01/17/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17223View DetailsJFCS I

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
18124View DetailsCASA Child Advocate Training Classes

The Office of the Child Advocate Court Appointed Special Advocate Program of Delaware is expanding its efforts to represent the interests of abused and neglected children.

The program is seeking qualified adults to serve as CASA volunteers, trained members of the community who are appointed by Family Court judges to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in court proceedings. The CASA volunteer conducts an independent investigation into the child’s life.

04/24/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
16718View DetailsMLK Day of Service

The annual MLK Day of Service will be held at 605 South Duke St. York Pa. Beginning in the morning community members gather for a free breakfast, unsung heroes are recognized, various artistic presentations, civic dialogue and words from community members that echo the vision on Martin Luther King. More info forthcoming.

01/20/202008:00 AM01:00 PM
17472View DetailsFood Drop-off

This project focuses on providing food for local community institutions that feed the hungry, homeless and less fortunate. Items from various food drives are received, packed and loaded on delivery trucks to stock the West Chester Food Cupboard.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17644View DetailsParkway Community Clean

PEACE MARCH

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
18869View DetailsSupport Our Troops Donation

School Wide Event - Drop off donation from 1/8 through 1/17/2020- Mon- Fri
Holy Cross Catholic School
144 East Mount Airy Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19119
215-242-0414

Collecting:Toothpaste, hand sanitizes, deck of card, bar soap,foot powder,lip balm
thick socks, baby wipes,small deodorant,sunscreen,lens cleaner, batteries AA & AAA,
board games, books , puzzles.

01/07/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
19791View DetailsUganda Missions Project Kick-off

This is the kick-off to a global missions project where pillow case dresses will be sewn for young girls in Uganda. The kick-off is an event for for 100% cotton pillow cases to be donated and plans to be made for making the dresses.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17483View DetailsMaintain & Clean Facilities

The Maintain/Clean & Sanitize project allows volunteers to help others by maintaining the facilities, centers and schools that take care of children, students, the homeless, disabled and the hungry. Volunteers will perform a variety of tasks that may include painting, stocking shelves, organizing, cleaning, sanitizing equipment, furniture arrangement and making minor repairs to the facilities.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
18233View Details2020 Prospect Park Food Donation Drive

Sponsored by Prospect Park Youth Club & Prospect Park Fire Co.
Benefits Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry and F.E.R.B. program at Delaware County Community College
Suggested food items:
• Canned Meat & Fish/Soups/Stews
• Canned Fruits & Vegetables
• Canned Pasta
• Jars of Peanut Butter or Jelly
• Rice
• Cereal (adult or children)
• Dried Fruit/Raisins (snack size)
• Breakfast Bars/Healthy Snacks
• Gatorade

01/20/202008:00 AM12:00 PM
19379View DetailsMountville to Marietta Move

We are looking for help with moving an entire 30 bed female house from 465 W. Main St., Mountville, PA 17554 to 4049 Marietta Ave., Marietta, PA 17547. That may not happen unless we get all our insurance stuff approved so is it doesn't we will be cleaning the Marietta property inside and out.

01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17224View DetailsJFCS II

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
18126View DetailsBeebe Auxiliary at Bebbee Treasure Chest Thrift Store

The auxiliary needs volunteers, any age, young or seasoned, to help out at the Beebe Treasure Chest Thrift Store, open seven days a week in the Midway Shopping Center on Route 1 behind Candy Kitchen. Volunteers can choose the hours they want to work. Tasks include sorting donated items, arranging displays, restocking shelves and working the cash register. Especially needed are young, strong individuals who can help with furniture pickups and deliveries.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
16719View DetailsMLK Day of Service

The annual MLK Day of Service will be held at 605 South Duke St. York Pa. Beginning in the morning community members gather for a free breakfast, unsung heroes are recognized, various artistic presentations, civic dialogue and words from community members that echo the vision on Martin Luther King. More info forthcoming.

01/20/202008:00 AM01:00 PM
17473View DetailsEarly Childhood Arts & Crafts

This project allows children and youth volunteers to use their talents and skills to give back and help others. The children will make arts and crafts gifts for senior citizens and cards for soldiers and veterans using scrap-booking techniques.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17645View DetailsParkway Community Clean

Speech and entertainment over lunch

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17484View DetailsDocumentary Video of MLK Day

The Documentary Video of MLK Day project allows volunteers to design a system to transmit and receive video and pictures from the various project sites throughout the Greater West Chester area to be shown when volunteers return from projects for lunch and Reflections.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17225View DetailsJFCS III

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
18127View DetailsLewes Public Library Promote Your Non-Profit

Nonprofit organizations or community groups looking to reach more people may be able to place information in the lobby display case at Lewes Public Library. The library is seeking groups to organize informational displays for a two-week period in its lobby display case which is seen by the hundreds of people who walk through the library doors every day. For nonprofit agencies, this is an opportunity to educate the community.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
16720View DetailsMLK Day of Service

The annual MLK Day of Service will be held at 605 South Duke St. York Pa. Beginning in the morning community members gather for a free breakfast, unsung heroes are recognized, various artistic presentations, civic dialogue and words from community members that echo the vision on Martin Luther King. More info forthcoming.

01/20/202008:00 AM01:00 PM
17474View DetailsEarly Childhood Storytelling & SongFest

This project focuses on literacy. Volunteers read stories and reflect on Dr. King with children, youth and parents. Singing songs and/or listening to music foster the atmosphere of celebration and holiday.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17646View Detailsriverside clean up and mural

riverside clean up and mural

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17565View DetailsKIDS ART BUTTON MAKING WORKSHOP

KIDS WILL MAKE BUTTONS IN THE MEMORY OF DR. KING.
WE WILL GIVE AWAY 1000 BUTTONS

01/20/202008:00 AM01:00 PM
17226View DetailsJFCS IV

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
18128View DetailsGuardianship Monitoring Program

There are approximately 1,200 active adult guardianship cases in the State of Delaware. These vulnerable individuals are adults who have been deemed incapacitated by the Court of Chancery and have had guardians appointed to make medical and/or financial decisions on their behalf. The Guardianship Monitoring Program is in need of volunteers to meet with these individuals, in care facilities as well as in the community, and to update the court on their current health and well-being.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
17475View DetailsEarly Childhood Activities

This project allows children and youth volunteers to be active through videos, games and movement that teach and share the legacy on Dr. King. Activities foster the atmosphere of celebration and holiday.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17028View DetailsPersonal Care Bags

We will prepare personal care bags for men that are in recovery houses, teens that are in shelters and senior citizens in assisted living facilities.

01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17227View DetailsJFCS V

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
18129View DetailsPFLAG–Rehoboth Beach

PFLAG–Rehoboth Beach provides support, education, and advocacy to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons, their loved ones, family and friends, to cope with the unique challenges each of them may face. It can be difficult to learn that oneself or a loved one is gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered. PFLAG offers a safe place for people who have questions or would like share their experiences with others. PFLAG provides a confidential setting that is respectful of human diversity.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
16726View DetailsTHE ALLIANCE OF BLACK SOICAL WORKERS, INC. MLK DAY OF SERVICE PROJECT

The Alliance of Black Social Workers distribute coats to children and adults for MLK Day of Service project. Coats are free and are distributed to the community (both children & adults), in the past several years our organization has also distributed accessories such as hats, gloves scarves to the community. The West Chester Black Social Worker students hold a coat drive prior to the time of the event, and participate in distributing the coats also on the day of the event.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17476View DetailsShare the Dream of MLK Posters

This project allows children and youth volunteers to use their talents and skills to create posters depicting Dr. King's legacy. Posters are displayed via onsite gallery and posted on website.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17163View DetailsChew Playground MLK Day of Service Cleanup and Presentation

educational program with lunch provided and a movie.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17228View DetailsJFCS VI

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
18130View DetailsRead Aloud Delaware

Read Aloud Delaware is looking for volunteers who love to read to children. Volunteers usually read one to two hours per week in local child care centers. To sign up online, go to www.readalouddelaware.org. For more information, call 302-856-2527.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
16727View DetailsRedeemer Tabernacle Baptist Church

We are planning a full day of activities starting with breakfast arts and crafts at 219 north 52nd street.

01/20/202008:00 AM10:00 AM
17477View DetailsLiving the Dream Fact Finding Mission

This project focuses on literacy. Children and youth are allowed to explore, discover and understand the life, teaching and philosophy of Dr. King.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17218View DetailsChew Playground MLK Day of Service Cleanup and Presentation

Continental Breakfast and Lunch

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17229View DetailsJFCS VII

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
18131View DetailsCommunity Night

Read Aloud Delaware is looking for volunteers who love to read to children. Volunteers usually read one to two hours per week in local child care centers. To sign up online, go to www.readalouddelaware.org. For more information, call 302-856-2527.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
17478View DetailsKnitting

The Knitting project focuses on using crafts and skills to provide items of warmth, comfort and clothing for others. Both experienced and novice volunteers are needed and welcomed. Volunteers will be using looms or needles to knit baby caps for newborns or learning to knit by "master" knitters.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
18932View DetailsSt Mark Baptist church

Everyone can do something to help others and then that’s when we see a difference of change for all.

01/20/202008:00 AM12:00 PM
17219View DetailsChew Playground MLK Day of Service Cleanup and Presentation

Clean up

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17571View DetailsE.34/Medic 36 - Stephen Girard College Signature Site

Distribution of fire prevention information, apparatus display and Signature Site EMS services.

01/20/202008:00 AM12:00 PM
17230View DetailsJFCS VIII

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17479View DetailsSewing/Quilting Circle

This Sewing/Quilting Circle project focuses on using crafts and skills to provide items of warmth and comfort for others. Both experienced and novice volunteers are needed and welcomed. This project allows volunteers to quilt or sew items for those in need. Seamstress will be making blankets for patients in hospitals and nursing homes.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17643View DetailsParkway Community Clean

community clean up (2 districts)

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
19373View DetailsFood Donation Drive

Suggested non-perishable food items are canned food, jars of peanut butter or jelly, rice, cereal, dried fruits/raisins, breakfast bars/healthy snacks, and more. Donations will benefit the Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry and the F.E.R.B program at Delaware County Community College.

01/20/202008:00 AM12:00 PM
17065View DetailsFood and Clothing outreach for mens & womens Shelters

church donations - youth ministry - clothing giveaway to neighborhood and neighborhood shelters

01/20/202008:00 AM05:00 PM
17231View DetailsLiteracy Event

Literacy event where sheriffs are reading to students

01/13/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
18819View DetailsSupport Our Troops Care Package

School Wide Event - Care Package for our Troops
Holy Cross Catholic School
144 East Mount Airy Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19119
215-242-0414

Creating care packages filled with toothpaste, hand sanitizes, deck of card, bar soap,foot powder,lip balm, thick socks, baby wipes, small deodorant, sunscreen, lens cleaner, batteries AA & AAA,
board games, books, puzzles.

01/07/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
19352View DetailsMartin Luther King Day of Service

Building seating area and picnic tables.

01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17480View DetailsNursing Home Visitation

The Nursing Home Visitation project allows volunteers to travel to senior facilities and nursing homes; meet with residents; play games, such as Bingo, Date-in-History Trivia; read inspirational poetry; and share readings and songs about Dr. King and the civil rights movement.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17628View DetailsReclaiming Chester's King

Volunteers will work in teams of ten distributing reusable shopping bags at stores and in residential areas to promote elimination of single-use plastic bags in Chester City, Pa. The bags will feature an image of Dr. King with one of his sustainability quotes. This effort will involve promoting healthy communities through reduction of trash. Volunteers will debrief and discuss how their efforts create better communication in community health matters. Widener University students will participate.

01/20/202008:30 AM10:30 AM
17439View DetailsSoup Making at the Unitarian Society of Germantown

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the kitchen to make soup for a local soup kitchen.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
16972View DetailsCommunication in the family

We are doing 5-6 diff breakout section for adults and young people and kids so we are looking at a 100-125 people showing up and being involved in our program of workshop. we have been apart of this event since it started

01/20/202008:30 AM12:30 PM
17453View DetailsLingelbach School Cleanup

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, then go to a nearby public school to do general organization and cleaning; possibly some outdoor cleanup and spreading mulch.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17233View DetailsAddiction: Let's Talk About It

The day will begin with a continental breakfast from 8:30 to 9:00 AM. Following, we will be having a discussion with community members on the impact addictions have had personally and in families. The discussion will begin with testimonies from individuals on the impact of drug addictions, food addictions, alcohol addictions, and sexual addictions. We will then have breakthrough groups with experts in each area of addiction to answer questions and gain more knowledge and information.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:30 PM
17440View DetailsCard Making

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the designated area to make non-personalized birthday cards for seniors living at a local service agency.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17431View DetailsKaysim Court

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to interact with mentally handicapped residents, e.g., play games and listen to a live music performance.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17454View DetailsHouston School Cleanup

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, then go to a nearby school to do general organizing and cleaning.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
18262View DetailsGloucester Township’s "Make It A Day On, Not A Day Off"

Register while eating continental breakfast

01/20/202008:30 AM10:00 AM
17441View DetailsBreakfast Bag Assembly

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the designated space to assemble breakfast bags.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17990View DetailsPhilabundance -- Hunger Relief

Volunteers sort and pack food to be distributed through our programs and agency network. You could be packing canned goods, produce, meat, or helping with various warehouse tasks.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17443View DetailsLunch Bag Decorations

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the designated area to decorate lunch bags.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17991View DetailsPhilabundance -- Hunger Relief

Volunteers sort and pack food to be distributed through our programs and agency network. You could be packing canned goods, produce, meat, or helping with various warehouse tasks.

01/21/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17238View DetailsServing Homeless Brunch Sun.1/19/20 Spring Garden location @ 8:30 AM

Volunteers will arrive at 8:30 am to help with meal prep and serving lunch to homeless men women and children.

01/19/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17157View DetailsVeterans Multi-service Center Thrift Store

The volunteers would be spread throughout the store assigned different duties to help enliven the atmosphere of the thrift store.

01/20/202008:30 AM04:00 PM
17444View DetailsSnack Bag Assembly

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the designated area to assemble trail mix bags for delivery to local boys and girls club.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17992View DetailsPhilabundance -- Hunger Relief

Volunteers sort and pack food to be distributed through our programs and agency network. You could be packing canned goods, produce, meat, or helping with various warehouse tasks.

01/22/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17433View DetailsPIHN Cleanup

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to sanitize toys and clean up at a day center for families in transition.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
16965View DetailsPicariello Clean Up Day

The Philadelphia Parks & Recreation Staff along with Father Judge students & teachers are going to clean up our outside Tennis Courts & Field area.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:30 PM
17445View DetailsDeliver Breakfasts, Lunches, Snacks

Drivers with cars and others are needed to box and delivered bagged lunches, snacks, and soup to local social service agencies, some as far as Center City. Passengers with drivers are encouraged.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17993View DetailsPhilabundance -- Hunger Relief

Volunteers sort and pack food to be distributed through our programs and agency network. You could be packing canned goods, produce, meat, or helping with various warehouse tasks.

01/23/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
16938View DetailsVITA Volunteer Tax Preparer

Volunteers who attend our VITA Tax Preparer training will become IRS certified to prepare taxes for low-income families at one of our tax sites throughout Philadelphia. We offer both a Basic and Advanced training. Once certified, attendees are required to serve at least 24 hours during the tax season (Jan 21 - April 15). Knowing how to prepare taxes is a lifelong skill that will not only enhance your resume, but your volunteerism will have a positive impact on the communities we serve.

01/20/202008:30 AM05:00 PM
17434View DetailsGermantown Life Enrichment Center

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to clean, organize, and possibly paint classrooms.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
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