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Three years ago I decided to start a small town Easter Egg Hunt in our town where “everybody knows your name.” We have a high low income rate here and I really want the kids to have a fun FREE day to come out and play. We held the hunt at the elementary school for […]Continue reading
Guest post provided by VolunteerSpot: We’ve recently launched a new VolunteerSpot back to school center and we’re looking for help getting the word out that our schools and teachers need parents’ help this year more than ever. Given budget cuts, parents will be asked to step-up and help in the classroom, on the campus, and […]Continue reading
According to Points of Light Institute: The number of Americans engaged in service has increased significantly since President George H.W. Bush sparked the Points of Light movement. View this report to see the data and changes in the numbers of volunteers and different causes people have volunteered for during the past 20 years. This information […]Continue reading
Want to support a youth volunteer hero? We are writing today on behalf of The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, the United States’ largest youth recognition program based solely on volunteer service. The awards program is now in its 14th year and is conducted by Prudential Financial, Inc. in partnership with the National Association of […]Continue reading