Need help with an outdoor project in Douglas County? Day of Caring can help
More than 350 Discovery Middle School eighth-grade students will head out into the community to complete outdoor service projects on May 20-21.
United Way of Douglas and Pope Counties is teaming up with Discovery Middle School for the annual Day of Caring.
This year, the event will take place over two days – Thursday, May 20 and Friday, May 21.
During that time, more than 350 Discovery Middle School eighth-grade students will head out into the community to complete outdoor service projects.
Organizers are seeking projects for the students to take on.
It could be an outdoor project that you need help completing. Other ideas include raking, window washing, garden clean up, landscaping work and small painting projects.
The students want to help Douglas County residents or nonprofit groups that have an outdoor service project that would directly benefit the community.
Those who are interested may complete a project request form. Online registration or printable forms are available at: www.uwdp.org .
For each project, a group of students along with a leader will come to your location for a minimum of two hours of work for approximately 10 people. Organizers are requesting no cancellations.
To be considered, complete the form by Friday, May 7.
For more information, contact Maria Haug at email@example.com or 320-834-7800.