On Saturday, February 6, several high school seniors from The Orchard in Tupelo spent an afternoon giving back to the community. The young ladies assisted Wear It Well and the young men helped Cami Jo Cares.
Both nonprofits have been fortunate to amass many donations. However, sorting, storing, and displaying all the donations can be overwhelming. Volunteers are always needed to lend a hand, and that's exactly what these members of The Orchard did.
Special thanks to Riley Newton, student pastor at The Orchard, for encouraging these seniors to make a difference in their community.
Random Acts of Kindness Week
February 14-20, 2021
A little kindness goes a long way, not just for the recipient of the good deed, but for the giver as well.
To add some fun to this special week, why not challenge your family, friends, or coworkers to a game of Random Acts of Kindness Bingo? Use this card or create one of your own.
FEATURED VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
If you prefer to stay home but still want to volunteer in some capacity, consider some remote volunteer opportunities. There is so much good that can be done without leaving your house. Click here for some ideas.
Want to educate people about breast cancer awareness and help save lives? Become a virtual global educator with Know Your Lemons Foundation. Click here for details.
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When you volunteer at our nonprofits, please remember to follow all safety precautions, including wearing a mask and social distancing.
Are you still not sure what types of volunteer opportunities are available in Northeast Mississippi?
Why not view some videos created by our local nonprofits and find an agency that could use YOUR help?