School volunteer projects
Looking for ways your students can help support community needs, demonstrate kindness and give back? We create citizenship projects students can do from their classrooms. Students learn how they can make a difference and gain an understanding of community needs.
Family volunteer projects
Youth community groups, seniors’ homes, daycares – everyone can make a difference. We create monthly citizenship projects that groups of any age can do from anywhere. You can make a difference together as a group, gain an understanding of community needs while team building!
Group volunteer projects
Looking for ways your family can support community needs, demonstrate kindness and give back? We create citizenship projects that kids and families can do from home. Spend time together making a difference and gain an understanding of community needs.
Help us reach our goal
We received 1,600 items of need in our 21/22 season - thank you!
We have a goal to reach 5,000 items by May 2023. Sign up to help us reach our goal!
September's Act of Kindness!
We help students
You can too by donating school supplies, backpacks and running shoes (new or gently used). You can also make bookmarks that we share with the free books we give out!
Our h!pchicks are women who want to help but who don't want a traditional volunteer role!
The power of email networking is the basis for this connective group. A fan-out request informs women of opportunities that need their help. If they can, they step up or wait for the next email! This enables women to choose involvement without pressure. All requests are flexible, episodic and respectful of the busy lives we lead.
You can help with your own friends by hosting a ‘H!Pchicks Do Wine.’ We have created six funky themes:
- Books & Bordeaux (collecting new children’s books)
- Granola & Grigio (collecting granola bars for the homeless)
- Men & Merlot (collecting men’s business attire for men rebuilding their lives)
- Panties & Prosecco (collecting bras and underwear for women)
- Raisin’ Kindness (book club)
- Runners & Riesling (collecting running shoes for teenage girls)
- Veggies & Vino (collecting vegetable peelers for low income families)
h!ppo is a program designed to support children living in shelters or transitional housing, by providing seasonal treats and creative play kits that are considered part of a happy childhood but that are not affordable for these families.
With the changes in schools and social programming due to COVID-19, we are experiencing higher volumes of needs for the children we help.
Our kits are a fun and safe way for families to spend quality time together, exercising creative expression and building happy memories. You can help by donating art supplies, journals or craft supplies and seasonal treats.