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Winter Volunteering: Seeds of Caring At-Home Family Service Projects

WHAT: At-Home Family Service Projects

WHEN: Through March, at own convenience

WHERE: At Home

WHO: Small Biz Cares Members and Friends with Kids aged 2-12

We are excited to partner with Seeds of Caring,

a local nonprofit that empowers kids to create a kinder community with their hearts, hands, and minds. They do this by designing meaningful opportunities for kids to engage in service, social action, and community-building. As kids learn about hunger in our community, make blankets for hospitalized children, or share conversation with seniors, they build confidence in their ability to contribute. In the end, we all benefit: our kids develop a heart for service, our families are united by a common purpose, and our community becomes a more compassionate place to live, work, and grow.

Learn more about Seeds of Caring

Throughout the month of February, we encourage Small Biz Cares members and friends to engage their children in community service through one of many Seeds of Caring opportunities. Opportunities include:

Assembling snack bags for neighbors experiencing homelessness

Creating welcome kits for Immigrant & Refugee families

Creating wellness kits for at risk LGBTQ+ Youth with Kaleidoscope Youth Center

To register:

  • Go to www.seedsofcaring.org/service-projects

  • Pick your preferred opportunity in February or March

  • When signing up, mention “Small Biz Cares” in the field “How did you hear about us”

  • All instructions are provided after registration

  • When you do the service project, make sure to take pictures and/or video, as we will feature everyone in a future recap blog

If you have any questions, email Nevin Bansal at nevin.bansal@smallbizcares.org

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