If you haven’t signed up to be a part of Gwinnett’s Great Days of Service, it’s not too late! This year between Great Days of Service and 12 Stone’s Compassion in Action, we have more than 430 projects. With that many more projects to help make this a better community, we need that many more volunteers to pull of the nation’s biggest volunteer projects in the country.
Volunteer sign up has been extended until Wednesday, October 3rd. Go to GwinnettGreatDaysOfService.org and click on the “Sign Up” link on the home page. All of the projects are listed on Hands On Atlanta’s website, where you can look through all of the projects to find one near you.
Great Days of Service has projects on Friday, October 5th and Saturday, October 6th. There are many family friendly projects, as well as project for business and community groups to participate in as a team. Follow us on Facebook to see which project still need the most help and any other last minute updates for this awesome event.
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Last year, 80,000 volunteers for Gwinnett Great Days of Service completed over 310 community projects including staffing community events, painting and repairing buildings, installing playground sets, and cleaning up nature trails. The event is hosted by the Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services in partnership with United Way of North Metro Atlanta.
The Gwinnett Great Days of Service is sponsored by: Primerica, United Way of Metro Atlanta, Arthur A Buck Jones Nursery, Nordson, Gwinnett Medical Center, Community Foundation of Northeast Georgia, Gem Shopping Network, FIS Global, Hands On Atlanta, Wells Fargo, Hayes James Engineering, Andersen, Tate & Carr, The Myers Group, GCPS Foundation, The Atlanta Community Tool Bank, Gwinnett Braves and Do Good Rewards.