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WHAT WE DO
Project Helping Tampa organizes volunteer events specifically designed to make an impact — both on you and your community. Through the act of volunteering, participants actively invest in their communities while also reaping the benefits of increased mental wellness. We create and practice kindfulness!
WHY WE DO IT
Helping others, making an impact, and being a part of a community are foundational elements to who we are and what drives happiness. When we lose any of these foundation elements, our mental wellness suffers. We provide an engaging and impactful way to build or rebuild these foundational elements and improve mental wellness.
HOW WE DO IT
First, we carefully select partner organizations that allow us to provide impactful, social, and easy to join volunteer events. Next, we provide these events at different times and locations for a variety of meaningful causes. Finally, you get involved, making a lasting impact on your community and your own mental wellness. Find a volunteer event in Tampa, and sign up today!
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KINDFULNESS FOR KIDS
Kids who volunteer turn into grown-ups who volunteer. Through our Kindfulness for Kids program, we create meaningful volunteer experiences for youth of all ages and their grown-ups. Build Kindfulness into your family culture and engage your whole family in Kindfulness.
Project Helping Tampa started in 2018 as part of Project Helping, which was founded in Denver, Colorado in 2014. Our mission is to improve mental wellness by creating meaningful, social, and accessible volunteer experiences. We create and host volunteer experiences at a variety of nonprofit partners to help people connect with their community, be a part of something bigger than themselves, and improve mental wellness.
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