We just hosted our 250th volunteer event!
It’s been a while since we updated you on what we’ve been up to. On Monday, February 27th, 2017, we hosted our 250th volunteer event, so it felt like the right time for a progress update.
We continue to diversify our volunteer event offerings as we grow. All the great events you’ve come to love – Urban Peak, Food Bank of the Rockies, Reading Partners, and others – are still going strong. However, we have added some additional nonprofit partners to the schedule that you may want to check out. If you haven’t come to volunteer at The Delores Project or Denver Rescue Mission, you should! They are amazing opportunities. We have also added a Saturday date at Urban Peak. We have generally been there on the weekdays, but a Saturday morning event makes it easier to get involved.
In January, we also launched our Kindfulness for Kids program. We currently have a monthly volunteer event for Kindfulness for Kids. In May we will be adding a second monthly event. The demand for this program has been high so stay tuned for additional events in the near future. The goal of this program is to make it easy for families and kids of any age to bring their adults to a volunteer event. We are also building out amazing resources for families to learn more about practicing kindfulness together. You can download our kindfulness calendars on the Kindfulness for Kids page and soon we will be launching a free curriculum for both parents and teachers.
Soon, you will also be able to join us on KyndHub. Stay connected to Project Helping and each other in our unique, engaging platform to make practicing kindfulness a daily habit. Stay tuned for details on the launch of the individual user experience on KyndHub soon! Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, head over the page and join us in the beta version of the app!
In the mean time, join us for a volunteer event that fits your schedule. We look forward to seeing you at a volunteer event soon!
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