Can’t Volunteer? Here Are Other Ways to Help!

 

Busy on October 7? If your calendar doesn’t allow you to join a morning or afternoon crew but you’d still like to support our community, here are some options:

  • Join us for lunch! RSVP for lunch only here. Plan to arrive at 11:45 or noon at our outdoor venue (with tent), 739 Paw Paw Drive. Bring your own chair and pick up your bag lunch with a sandwich wrap (from Joe2Go), for which we’re asking $10. 
  • Participate in our raffle fundraiser. Proceeds will support Resilience, which works to eliminate domestic and sexual violence in Ottawa and Allegan Counties.
  • Bring a donation for Resilience (non-perishable, healthy, kiddo-friendly snack foods such as individual packets of crackers, pretzels, cereal, popcorn, fruit snacks, nuts; applesauce pouches; fruit cups; granola bars; juice boxes). (If you can’t deliver your donation during lunch, contact us to make other arrangements.)
  • Make a financial contribution to Resilience through their website.

Out of Town on October 7? Contact us arrange transfer of your donation to the to Resilience, either kid-friendly snack foods or a cash or check for the organization. 

We’re looking forward to Women’s Service Day on October 7–and we hope you are, too! Remember, lunch will be held at our outdoor venue (with tent), 739 Paw Paw Drive. Bring your own chair and pick up your bag lunch with a sandwich wrap from Joe2Go, for which we’re asking $10. (Let us know your lunch preferences by filling out this form.)

Questions? Use the contact form on this website, visit our Facebook page, or email the planning team at womensserviceday@gmail.com for more information.

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