In addition to the service benefits to the community and the aesthetic or operational benefits to CARE, consider the benefits to your group. Service projects provide the opportunity for team building and help strengthen interpersonal working relationships among your staff or other group members; and it can strengthen your group or business reputation as community supporters.
Please explore the following examples to get ideas for developing your own project.
A Latter Day Saints Church Women made over 3,000 stockings and 500 book bags for the Emergency Santa Shop.
America Reads students held car washes to earn money for the youth program.
Arizona State University College of Nursing students conducted fund raisers through Sweet Tomato Restaurant.
Chiropractor Keith Lavendar's staff conducted a food drive and scout troops collected paper products.
Eagle Scouts refurbished bicycles for the Emergency Santa Shop; re-built computers for a learning lab; secured material donations and built a play center, sand boxes and picnic tables; helped install a new roof; and conducted food, toy and clothing drives.
?MD Helicopters purchased and planted trees
Boeing employees painted offices and put in new floor tile
J P Morgan Chase built shelving for the food bank.
The Bradley Downing Foundation collected toys for the Emergency Santa Shop
Icemen Who Care collect sports equipment and play street hockey with our youth.
Sierra Club plans and provides transportation for a monthly outing.
Please contact us and we will gladly work with you to develop a service project that will meet the specific needs of your group and is meaningful to the community.
Please call Bev Tittle Baker at 480-962-5197 or email: infocarepartnership.org
Service Project Ideas
Please look through the following list for service ideas and contact us to explore other options.
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