February Family Volunteer Event
posted by: Amber Johnson
Want to do something special for our Veterans?
Join Volunteers of America on Saturday, February 10th from 9-11 a.m. at the Volunteers of America Administration Building to make homemade Valentine’s Day cards for the men and women who have served our country. Volunteers of America will supply the construction paper, scissors, and glue but if there is something special you would like to add to your cards like stickers or pictures please feel free to bring them! Sign up here.
Family activities to do at home
Want an easy fun project to do with your kids at home? Try a no-sew fleece blanket, when you’re finished with your blankets you can drop them off with Megan Harding at the Volunteers of America Admin Building. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-297-0408 to set up a drop off time. Click here for instructions.
Dishing Out Warm Cups & Coats for Veterans
We love giving back to our veterans as often as possible! This month, amazing donor and friend, Betty Kuhl, served a delicious chili meal at our Veterans Services Center for homeless veterans. Our honored guests were also able to pick out a brand new jacket to help keep them warm this winter. Thank you Betty, staff and volunteers for continuing to support and give back to our troops!
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