By Beautifying the Desert with a Clean Up Project, April 22
Partnering with the Bureau of Land Management and Public Lands Institute to preserve the community with the help of volunteers
United Way’s Volunteer Center partners with the Bureau of Land Management and Public Lands Institute to celebrate Earth Day with a community service project on Friday, April 22. Encouraging individuals, groups and families to donate their time to helping their community, 500 volunteers are needed to help preserve and clean up the beautiful desert of Southern Nevada.
Friday, April 22
7:30 a.m. – noon
To participate in this service project and to find the location please visit uwsn.org/Volunteer for more information.
Volunteers who are under the age of 18 must volunteer with a parent or guardian and must bring a completed minor permission form in order to participate. Forms can be requested from project leaders once volunteers sign up and receive a confirmation email.
For information about the project or details on corporate/ group participation please contact ChristinaC@uwsn.org or call 702.892.2351.
About United Way of Southern Nevada’s Volunteer Center
The Volunteer Center of Southern Nevada (VCSN) is a program of United Way of Southern Nevada that provides a link for individuals, families, teams, and corporate groups to join together and engage in meaningful volunteer opportunities throughout southern Nevada. The VCSN’s mission is to facilitate programs that will improve lives and build a stronger, healthier and safer community by meeting critical community needs and engaging people with volunteer opportunities in collaboration with others. For more information about the Volunteer Center of Southern Nevada, or to learn how to become involved, visit Uwsn.org/Volunteer.
About United Way of Southern Nevada
United Way collaborates with volunteers, stakeholders and community leaders to uncover key strategies designed to develop community-based solutions to our community’s most pressing health and human service issues. Beyond quick fixes, these strategies are delivering lasting solutions, aligned with benchmarks and achievement standards, to change community conditions. For more information about southern Nevada’s most pressing needs and how United Way’s Community-based Agenda is improving lives, visit uwsn.org/connected.