We're two weeks away from the first Calling All Crows Holiday Home Tour and wanted to announce a handful of pre-show service projects along the tour. You do not need a concert ticket to volunteer at a service project, just a willingness to help your community. It'll be an opportunity to volunteer side-by-side with Chad and your fellow fans. Spots for each service project are limited so please register ASAP.
Join us at the YWCA Richmond, an organization committed to empowering women, children, and their families to live their best lives. We strengthen our community on both individual and family levels through our nationally-accredited early childhood education programming, violence prevention education, and emergency and on-going services for survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and intimate partner violence. We'll support the YWCA by updating and cleaning up their event areas. Please wear comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty and closed toed shoes. Space for this project is limited to 12 participants.
Details: Meet at 6 N. 5th Street, Richmond, VA at 12:145PM. The project should be wrapped up by 4:15PM. Register here.
Join us at The Women's Shelter to give the transitional homes of their clients a fresh coat of paint. Supplies will be provided, but if you have items (brushes, rollers, mixing tins, etc.) to donate, please bring them! Make sure to wear clothes that you don't care about getting paint on. Space is limited to 12 participants. The Women’s Shelter has been an integral part of the Columbia Community for over 30 years, serving homeless men, women and children in the community.
Details: Meet at 3425 N. Main St., Columbia, SC at 12:45PM. The project should be wrapped up by 4:30PM. Register here.
The Miami Campus of the Miami Rescue Mission has served the homeless and needy since 1922, helping men, women, and children with meals, safe shelter, and life-changing residential programs resulting in transformed lives. Join CAC to help sort items for their thrift shop, including furniture, clothing, collectibles, electronics, and so much more, all of which helps support the Mission's homeless programs in South Florida. Space for this project is limited to 10 participants.
Details: Meet at 2159 NW 1 Court, Miami, Fl at 12:45PM. The project should be wrapped up by 4:15PM. Register here.
YWCA Central Alabama is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Each year they hold Santa’s Workshop, an event to help families living in area homeless shelters and transitional housing programs to have a happy holiday season. Children have an opportunity to make gifts that they can give to moms, teachers, friends and others in their life circle and can even have their picture taken with Santa. Join CAC in helping organize crafts for this holiday event! Space for this project is limited to 10 participants. There is no registration fee for this event.
Details: Meet at YWCA Central Alabama, 309 23rd Street North, Birmingham, AL at 12:45PM. The project should be wrapped up by 4:15PM. Register here.