Last year’s “Let’s Volunteer” group for the school system’s Books on the Bus program.
Each participant will get a free T-shirt form the PATH Volunteer Hub.
Thirty-seven nonprofit organizations seek help with projects on “Let’s Volunteer Day,” scheduled Saturday, April 6.
The PATH Volunteer Hub has planned the third annual community-wide day of projects in Fauquier, Rappahannock and Culpeper counties. About 500 volunteers participated last year.
“Let’s Volunteer Day is perfect for individuals or groups of families, friends, churches and student clubs to sign up and make a real difference for your community,” PATH Volunteer Hub Manager Lynn Lauritzen said. “Find the project you’d like to tackle, sign up and note the details of time and location. On April 6, participants will go straight to their project site to get started.”
These organizations seek volunteers for the day:
• A Little Heart
• Allegro Community School of The Arts
• Brumfield Elementary – Fauquier County Public Schools
• Camp Happyland – Salvation Army
• Central Virginia Mission Hub
• Christ In Action
• Clifton Institute
• Experience Old Town Warrenton
• Fauquier Community Theater
• Fauquier County Parks Pedestrian, Bicycle and Greenway Advisory Committee
• Fauquier FISH
• Fauquier Habitat for Humanity
• Fauquier History Museum at The Old Jail
• Fauquier Hospital Auxiliary
• Fauquier SPCA
• Fauquier Youth Lacrosse League
• Fauquier Community Child Care
• Books on the Bus – Fauquier County Public Schools
• Friends of the Rappahannock
• Gloria Faye Dingus Music Alliance
• Hearthstone School
• Helping Hearts and Handbags
• Hero's Bridge
• Midland Christian Academy
• People for Pets Foundation
• Rainbow Therapeutic Riding Center
• Rappahannock County Department of Social Services
• Rappahannock County Park
• Rappahannock Food Pantry
• The Salvation Army
• Verdun Adventure Bound
• Wakefield School
• Warrenton Baptist Church
• Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue
To be a part of this great community event, go to http://www.letsvolunteer.org and register for the project you plan to join the day of the event.
All participants will get a free t-shirt to thank them for their participation.
Since opening in November 2016, the PATH Volunteer Hub has offered its services free to area nonprofits to strengthen their community impact with the help of volunteers. More than 2,000 volunteers and 134 area nonprofits are registered at www.letsvolunteer.org.
For more information, call Ms. Lauritzen at 540-680-4148.