May 22, 2013
This event occurs weekly on Wednesday between April 24, 2013 and June 26, 2013
May 23, 2013
This event occurs weekly on Thursday between May 23, 2013 and July 11, 2013
Ready, Set, Go To School
May 25, 2013
May 27, 2013
This event occurs weekly on Monday between April 22, 2013 and June 17, 2013
Thank you for considering ErinoakKids for your group volunteering initiative. We invite local businesses, corporations or groups to join us for a day at one of our locations to participate in a project that otherwise would not be completed.
We host both small and large groups providing them with an opportunity to contribute to the lives of children and youth with disabilities by volunteering in a hands-on and heart-warming way.
ErinoakKids usually schedules a group volunteering opportunities a month or two in advance, so we are able to match your interests and skills with valuable projects that our staff members have proposed. We make sure that your team is well prepared and informed of the expectations for their day with us and that we are aware of the vision of your service (for example, team-building, global corporate initiatives, etc.). Our opportunities provide a glimpse into what an organization such as ErinoakKids does on a day-to-day basis and opens the public’s eye to who and how we serve, donate or volunteer for our clients and families.
If a group volunteer experience with ErinoakKids seems like the right fit for your group or company, please connect with Volunteer Services to find out about our current projects requiring your support. We look forward to providing you with a meaningful day at ErinoakKids.
“I have always enjoyed my time here and am blessed for this experience.” - Baxter, Forest Clean-Up and Garden Planting
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