Annual Serve Day 2021
SATURDAY, JULY 10
PROJECTS
CLEAR ALL
North Tampa

LEADER Jacob Peterson DESCRIPTION

We will be partnering with Feeding Tampa Bay in distributing thousands of meals to our community. See below for important details and information about this serve project. *Minimum age is 13 years old with adult supervision. Here are some important reminders to help you best prepare for your time with us: 1. In consideration of your safety, volunteers MUST wear flat, closed-toe shoes. You should also avoid wearing tank tops; sleeveless or short-cut shirts (crop tops); and short-shorts. If these guidelines are not followed, volunteers will be asked to reschedule their shift. 2. We provide all orientation on site at the start of your service - no need to study anything before you see us! 3. All volunteers will check in with the Feeding Tampa Bay staff member on site who will direct you to sign in and fill out a name tag. 4. Masks and gloves will be provided to all volunteers on site. 5. Please plan accordingly for the weather. If rain looks to be in the forecast, we recommend bringing a raincoat, poncho, extra shoes/socks, etc. If severe weather is in the forecast and we need to cancel the pantry, we'll let you know via email as soon as possible. 6. Hydration will be provided onsite for volunteers. If you wish to have a snack during the shift, feel free to bring one along. 7. If you and/or your team members have not filled out our online Liability Waiver, please do so using the link below. This is required for all volunteers before the start of the shift. Liability Waiver - https://forms.gle/s9Tm3GcRPPLNQyTt5

North Tampa

LEADER Jacob Peterson DESCRIPTION

We will be partnering with Feeding Tampa Bay in distributing thousands of meals to our community. See below for important details and information about this serve project. *Minimum age is 13 years old with adult supervision. Here are some important reminders to help you best prepare for your time with us: 1. In consideration of your safety, volunteers MUST wear flat, closed-toe shoes. You should also avoid wearing tank tops; sleeveless or short-cut shirts (crop tops); and short-shorts. If these guidelines are not followed, volunteers will be asked to reschedule their shift. 2. We provide all orientation on site at the start of your service - no need to study anything before you see us! 3. All volunteers will check in with the Feeding Tampa Bay staff member on site who will direct you to sign in and fill out a name tag. 4. Masks and gloves will be provided to all volunteers on site. 5. Please plan accordingly for the weather. If rain looks to be in the forecast, we recommend bringing a raincoat, poncho, extra shoes/socks, etc. If severe weather is in the forecast and we need to cancel the pantry, we'll let you know via email as soon as possible. 6. Hydration will be provided onsite for volunteers. If you wish to have a snack during the shift, feel free to bring one along. 7. If you and/or your team members have not filled out our online Liability Waiver, please do so using the link below. This is required for all volunteers before the start of the shift. Liability Waiver - https://forms.gle/s9Tm3GcRPPLNQyTt5

St. Pete

LEADERS Uriah Aaron Edwards, Frank Ranieri DESCRIPTION

Volunteers are to wear closed toe shoes as well no short shorts or midriff ( Chest or Stomach) baring shirts. No loose jewelry. You will be working with The Dream Center Community Enrichment Crew. The Community Enrichment Crew teams aid our residents with lawn work or minor home repairs. Also includes alley clean ups, trash removal, and code violation relief.

North Tampa

LEADER Zack Cain DESCRIPTION

We will be partnering with The Spring of Tampa Bay to repaint a wooden playground structure at one of their housing complex for victims of domestic abuse. This project will take place in the USF area. **Due to the sensitive nature and importance of safety and security for the families served by The Spring, we will not be able to share the exact location of the project until 48 hours before the event, The group leader will share this with volunteers via text** Items to Bring: - Sanders/extension cords if your have them The Spring’s mission is to prevent domestic violence, protect victims, and promote change in lives, families and communities. Since our founding in 1977, The Spring has provided a safe haven and comprehensive supportive services to more than 60,000 abused adults and their children, and answered calls all hours of the day and night from well over 150,000 women in crisis.