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Volunteers are needed for several area projects during Make A Difference Day, the largest national day of community service, on Saturday, Oct. 26.
Volunteer are needed at:
Council on Aging: Collecting donated pet food so seniors don't share their Meals on Wheels plates with their pets.
Chicks with Cans Food Drive: Adopted by Women's Initiative of Flagler needs more volunteers.
UCP/WORK: Interior painting. Adopted by Fifth Third Bank.
Halifax Urban Ministries: Cleaning the Bridge of Hope kitchen. Donated cleaning supplies would be welcomed. This project has been adopted by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and South Daytona Christian Church
The Arc of Volusia: Pathway Beautification: Adopted by Stetson University
Feed Flagler First: Teen Car Wash and Food Drive adopted by Project Leader Woody Douge
The Neighborhood Center: Fence painting. adopted by Stetson University
Council on Aging: Birthday Cards for Seniors: Adopted by Project Leader Alicia Casas. For more information on volunteering, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There also are projects that still need adoption, including the painting of the Children's Advocacy Center. Prep work will be done Oct. 19 for painting on Oct. 26. Sponsors are also needed to cover the cost of paint.
To adopt a project or find out more, please email email@example.com.