Sort and Organize Baby Gear (WeeCycle)
May 22 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am MDTFree
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16+ (14+ with parent or guardian)
What You Will Do:
Volunteers will sort donated baby/toddler clothes into large bins based on size. Then, depending on the season (winter or summer) volunteers will create baby clothes bags with 30 items per bag (boy/girl, winter/summer) so that our partner nonprofits can request certain sizes for the families in their programs. Other activities may include sorting baby gear (strollers, car seats, hygiene supplies) and sorting baby shoes.
20 S Havana St STE 210
Aurora, CO 80012
9:00-9:15 – Arrive and check in
9:15-9:30 – Learn about WeeCycle and take tour
9:30-11:00 – Help sort baby clothes by size, gender and season. Clothes are bagged for families in need of baby and toddler clothing
11:00 – Thank you and Clean Up
What to Bring:
Please wear comfortable clothes, preferably in layers as the warehouse is not heated/air conditioned
Where to Park:
Plenty of parking is available in front of the WeeCycle office.
Where to Meet:
Please come to the front office at 20 S Havana St, Suite 210.
Check in with the WeeCycle volunteer lead when you arrive. They will provide a brief overview of the benefits of volunteering and will stick with you during the entire experience to make sure you have a blast!
About the Organization:
WeeCycle is a Colorado-based nonprofit working hard to improve the lives of local families in need. We collect, “weecycle” and match essential baby gear to families through partner organizations focused on alleviating poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, teen pregnancy and under-employment. By “weecycling” baby gear, we help keep children clean and safe and contribute to a healthier environment for their future.
About Project Helping:
Our mission at Project Helping is to improve mental wellness through accessible experiences that create purpose and community. By volunteering with us, you can meet new people, make a difference in your community, and improve your mental wellness! Learn more at projecthelping.org/volunteer