Community Serve Day 2020 Stats

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2 churches / 70 sites / 1034 registered volunteers / 2770 volunteer hours 

 Stats:

  • hundreds of encouragement cards made for Brother Benno’s 
  • 2 aging out foster kids got new apartment furnishings and decor
  • 1 beautiful, sun filled albeit chilly day
  • A private residence beautified with stump removal, 60 gallon bags of weeds pulled and holes dug for and 300 plants planted 
  • 3 Head Starts beautified with paint, flower boxes, 
  • 64 Autism Tree posters
  • At Silverado Memory care, sanded and painted 4 large benches on a storage box and replanted 3 large planters 
  • Happy residents at High Country Villas with clean windows, weeded yards and cleaned houses 
  • 25 gift/hygiene boxes made for Casa de Amparo youth
  • 1 dump truck of mulch spread at Wiro Park
  • 90 tomato plants for teachers at Ocean Knoll and Sunset 
  • 70 helmet liners and encouragement cards for the troops
  • Created, packed and blessed 100+ thoughtful and heartfelt toiletry/ self-care kits for victims of domestic violence 
  • 50 Welcome Kits to Foster Children (Fleece Blankets, hygiene kits, stuffed animal, and art activity)
  • 1800 Hygiene Kits going to Homeless, Domestic Violence, and Foster Children
  • 360 Snack Packs for Ronald McDonald House guests
  • 1000 bags of dog and cat food for Helen Woodward Animal Center’s AniMeals Program 
  • 75 Encouraging Placemats for Meals on Wheels to be delivered with meals
  • At Rancho Coastal Humane Society, trimmed the trumpet vine, planted 20 decorative planters, trimmed and weeded, crested a rock pathway, put up a wooden lattice, hung one humming bird feeder, moved rock, planted 5 new vines and swept and cleaned area around military dog monument
  • Painted a rebuilt burned church in Rosarita Beach 
  • Watersealed bridges and overlooks and removed ice plant in San Dieguito Park
  • 45 flower pots delivered to brighten a day
  • 48 Love in a Paper sack gift bags and encouragement cards made
  • Made 24 dolls and bears for local children in crisis

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