Watertown Helps Out is a day of community service organized by Watertown Community Foundation. You can sign up for a one-time volunteer activity in your local community that you can do with your family, friends, or on your own.
The Watertown Community Foundation’s (WCF) Watertown Helps Out – annual day of volunteering is taking place again this year on Saturday, May 2 at over 20 Watertown nonprofits. The day begins with a 8:30am Kick-off Breakfast and Sign-in.
Roberta Miller, co-chair of WCF’s organizing committee, stated, “Last year’s WHO event saw over 150 volunteers help local nonprofits by gardening, painting, building fences, cleaning up the riverfront, assisting seniors with household tasks, and sprucing up a children’s play area – just to mention a few of the activities. This year we have openings for more than twice as many volunteers, and we expect well over 300 to help out around town.”
Many of the activities are kid-friendly, and there are over two dozen to choose from! Before volunteering, join us for a kickoff breakfast at the Arsenal Project and pick up your free T-shirt.
After you sign up, tell your friends! There are over 300 volunteer slots available. Don’t miss out.
Volunteer a few hours with your family, a friend, or come and make new friends.
Registered volunteers receive free t-shirts as our thank you!
- Prepare school gardens at WHS, the Cunniff, Hosmer, or Lowell Schools.
- Clean up the Bike Path or Catalonga Park.
- Build cubbies, clean up or paint at the Boys & Girls Club or Family Network.
- Write to the troops or do yard work at the Shutt Marine Corp detachment.
- Plus options at the Arsenal Arts Center, the Historical Society, the Library, the Senior Center, Beaverbrook STEP, Beacon High School, Windsor House, New Rep Theatre, Wayside, Hatch Makerspace, Metro West CD, Church of the Good Shepherd, and more.
Questions? Call Mike Schade at 617-926-1500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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