Looking for something fun and meaningful to do over Metro Schools, Wilson County and Rutherford County’s fall break? Volunteer with Hands On Nashville and give back to the community!
Hands On Nashville’s Youth Volunteer Corps is looking for teens ages 11 to 18 to help out October 5 – 9. Spend a day or the whole week with friends completing service projects all over Nashville.
- Prep and serve lunch to men and women experiencing homelessness at the Nashville Rescue Mission (Monday morning)
- Sort medical supplies for Project C.U.R.E. that will be shipped all over the world (Monday and Wednesday afternoon)
- Like the outdoors? Do some trail maintenance for the Friends of Warner Parks (Tuesday morning)
- Sort food for distribution at Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. (Wednesday morning)
- Spend some time helping at the Hands On Nashville Urban Farm (Thursday morning)
- Decorate some of the communal space with clients at Room In the Inn – (Friday)
Get more information HERE and see the full schedule of opportunities HERE.
Spend your fall break (October 5 – 8, 8 a.m. to noon) learning the needs of our community, and exploring how can use your skills and talents to help! Created especially for high school students, you’ll learn how to lead service-learning projects for a team of your peers. Utilize your talents and practice working as a team through games and skill-building activities to become a better leader. Sound interesting? HERE are more details – please email Maggie (email@example.com) to sign up.