Community-wide volunteer day slated for Saturday, April 29.
On Saturday, April 29, the PATH Volunteer Center will hold Let’s Volunteer Day – its first community-wide day of volunteering to benefit communities in Fauquier, Rappahannock and Culpeper Counties.  Let’s Volunteer Day is perfect for individuals or groups of families, friends, churches and student clubs to sign up to make a real difference for your community.
Lynn Lauritzen, PATH Volunteer Center manager, said, “Volunteers play such an important role in helping these nonprofits accomplish their goals.  I love helping people find just the right fit for their interest and skills. The Let’s Volunteer Day is a way for us to encourage groups and individuals to come out and tackle a project that might not be part of the day-to-day needs of an organization.”
Sign-up information and project details such as times, location and service requested can be found at www.letsvolunteer.org.  On April 29, participants will go straight to their project site to get started.
A wide range of projects are open to volunteers, with assistance requested from:
  • Allegro Community School of the Arts
  • Clifton Institute
  • Community Touch
  • Culpeper County Parks & Rec
  • East Orange County Little League
  • Fauquier Community Food Bank & Thrift Store
  • Fauquier Family Cemetery Foundation
  • Fauquier FISH
  • Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail
  • Fauquier SPCA
  • Hope for Appalachia
  • Hospice Support of Fauquier County
  • Northern Virginia 4-H Educational
  • People for Pets Foundation
  • Verdun Adventure Bound
  • Virginia Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation
  • Windmore Foundation for the Arts
All participants will get a free t-shirt to thank them for their participation.
Since opening in November 2016, the PATH Volunteer Center has been focused on increasing volunteerism for nonprofits in the area by offering the ability for volunteers to search organizations by interest, schedules and skills.   More than 150 volunteer needs have been filled for 70 nonprofits through the service.  Let’s Volunteer Day is just one offering available to those interested in donating their time.
For additional questions, contact PATH Volunteer Center Manager Lynn Lauritzen at 540-680-4148.

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