The Project Committee works to create a way for member companies to come together in a hands-on project to benefit the community. Through these projects, like-minded people have been able to give of their time, talent and tangible goods to address community needs.
Alzheimer's Association Spring Cleaning!
Need a Great Team Building Project?
Help Beautify the Alzheimer’s Association with some spring cleaning. The organization is looking for a group of people 5-15 people who would be able to come help clean up the gardens at the Alzheimer’s Association.
Contact: Martha Hutchinson, Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator 315.472.4201 x107 or email email@example.com
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
215 N. State Street, Syracuse, NY, 13203
Volunteers can come during our breakfast shift (Mon-Fri 7a-9a), meal prep shift (Mon-Fri 10a-12p), and dinner shift (Mon-Fri 3p-5p; Fri-Sun 1p-3p) for a minimum of 2 hours.
To Volunteer contact: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (315) 472-6251
Interfaith Works Senior Companions
Senior Companions help frail seniors and other adults maintain their independence primarily in the clients own home. Senior companions serve between 15 to 40 hours a week. Among other activities, they help with tasks of daily living, such as grocery shopping and bill paying.
For more information contact the program director at 449-3552 ext. 110
Well good thing because the 12th Annual Neighborhood Block Blitz is coming up fast! This year's Block Blitz, on Friday, September 14, 9am-3pm, will be held surrounding beautiful Elmwood Park in Syracuse.
We need just about everything to make this event a success for all involved. If you're interested in volunteering, donating materials or money or want to sponsor a specific project, contact Mary Jo or Karen at email@example.com or (315) 474-1939.
For more Block Blitz information visit HERE!
My Sister’s Closet
My Sister's Closet relies on donations from individuals, corporations, and groups who run clothing drives. By donating to My Sister's Closet, you can help women feel good about themselves and be better prepared for finding jobs in their "new" clothes.
Click here to donate items