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Volunteers Needed for the United Way of Cumberland County Days of Caring

Volunteers Needed Volunteers Are Needed in the Following Areas:American Red Cross - Hand-Only CPR – May 9thCouncil on Older Adults - Yard Work Project – May 9thCouncil on Older Adults - Meals on Wheels – May 10thFayetteville Urban Ministry - Emergency Assistance Pantry Organizing – May 9th & May 10thFayetteville Urban Ministry - Find A Friend Bus Detail & Yard Work – May 9th & May 10thVision Resource Center - WeWalk Smart Cane Training Field Trip in Haymount Hill – May 10th Day Of Caring Project List Below is a complete list of the Days of Caring Projects along with a brief description of each. To volunteer, click here and thank you very much. You may also volunteer or get more information by contacting Crystal Williams at 910-483-1179 ext. 229 by or email [email protected]. American Red CrossThursday, May 9th, 9:00 am-12:00 pmLocation: 807 Carol Street, Fayetteville Hands-Only CPR & PreparednessRed Cross staff and volunteers will provide training sessions for Be Red Cross Ready (preparedness activity), Ready Rating (preparedness for business), and Hands-Only CPR (personal preparedness to respond to a cardiac emergency) Cumberland County Council on Older Adults Projects Community Caregiving Yard WorkThursday, May 9, 8:30 am-2:30 pmLocation: Buttermere Drive, Fayetteville (Exact Location TBA)-Volunteers will clean up yard debris from the backyard and pile it up at the client’s front curb. Debris includes leaves, limbs, and shrubs that need to be dug up. Requirements: Must have own yard equipment (rakes, shovels, clippers, wheelbarrow if possible for moving debris). Wear comfortable yard working clothing and shoes, and yard working gloves. Meals on WheelsFriday, May 10, 10:30 am - 12:30pmLocation: 739 Blue Street, Fayetteville-Teams of two (2) volunteers to deliver meals to homebound older adults. One volunteer will drive the route and the other volunteer will deliver the meal to the client’s door. Routes generally take about an hour to deliver. Volunteers will arrive at the senior center and help pack meals for delivery and then run their assigned route(s). Requirements: Must use own vehicle to deliver meals. Casual dress. Fayetteville Urban MinistryThursday, May 9 and Friday, May 10, 10:00 am - 4:00 pmLocation: 701 Whitfield Street, Fayetteville Emergency Assistance Pantry OrganizingParticipants will be asked to process food/clothing/household donations, prepare food boxes for distribution, and assist with light cleaning and organization. Requirements: Closed-toe shoes; informal attire, such as jeans/t-shirts. Find-A-Friend Bus Detail & Yard WorkParticipants will be asked to pick-up any trash/debris on the facility grounds and wash the Youth Center vehicles. Requirements: Closed-toe shoes; informal attire such as jeans/t-shirts. Buckets, sponges and soap. Vision Resource CenterFriday, May 10, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm & 1:00 pm to 2:00 pmLocation: 2736 Cedar Creek Road, Fayetteville WeWalk Smart Cane Training Field Trip in Haymount HillVolunteers will assist Vision Resource Center consumers with utilizing new technology to ensure safety while walking in the Haymount Hill area. Finish up with lunch at the Truck Stop in Haymount Hill

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