Volunteering is an easy way to help those in need, connect with others on a deeper level while helping our neighbors in the community. As we get older, we want to give back whenever we can; whether it be through offering your time or donating a few dollars. The Philanthropy Committee is dedicated to making a difference in our community and the individual lives of those in need.
Farm Project Outhreach - June - Join us at a farm in Fallbook to help pick vegetables. All vegetables go directly to local food pantries and families in need. Great for the kids!!
What to Bring:
- Gardening gloves (farm has some but it’s limited)
- Tennis shoes/work shoes
- Clothes that can get dirty
- A snack
What to Expect:
- Pick vegetables
- Not much shade
- Use muscles to carry buckets
- Feeling good for helping others
- A GREAT TIME!
Oak Grove Room Redecoration - September - Volunteer to help paint, put together furniture, or decorate a room for students living at the Oak Grove Center for Education and the Arts. Before we paint and decorate the room it usually looks very dated and depressing, being able to see the students’ faces gives the volunteer a feeling of joy and contentment knowing they helped brighten a child’s life.