Click here to sign up to donate blood. You will need to scroll down to the bottom of the page, enter Group Code 6020, and change the date to 09/29/2018. Time slots are available every 15 minutes. Select a time that works for you. You will need to either login as an existing donor or select "new donor" and provide your full name and phone number. We will do our best to accommodate walk-ins, but signing up ahead of time is preferred.
Please bring 1 or more non-perishable food item to donate. Their most needed items are: peanut butter, lean canned protein (tuna, salmon or chicken), canned vegetables, canned fruit, spaghetti sauce, canned or dry beans, whole grain cereal (hot or cold), whole grains (pasta, brown rice, quinoa), and healthy snacks (fruit cups, raisins, granola bars). Collection boxes will be located around the Stake Center.
Sign up here to reserve a time slot for recording your oral history. Please bring a thumbdrive for saving the sound file and Questions & Answers or stories which you would like recorded. We have a limited number of laptops for FamilySearch and Indexing use. Feel free to bring your own laptop and anything you are working on or questions you have about Family History. You may also bring historical family photos which you will like scanned and saved electronically into FamilySearch. If bringing photos, please also bring a thumb drive to save an electronic copy of the photos for your own use. All experience levels welcome. Only those wanting oral histories recorded need a reservation.
Prep supplies for the museum to hand out to students who visit for field trips. This could include cutting, stapling, or gluing, etc.
Decorate welcome bags with messages of hope and filling them with a drink and a snack. This is a home where families can stay as they transition from homelessness to a permanent home. They welcomed 243 new children and adults last year. The bags are given to the children as they enter the Hilliard House.
Make capes for children to wear during their annual Superhero Run scheduled for May 4, 2019. CASA is an organization that provides a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate for children who are neglected, abused, or homeless.
Collect hygiene kit supplies. Full-size items needed: deodorant, razors, towels, washcloths, bar soap, body wash, & body poofs. The youth from the unit with the most donations will receive an ice cream party. Contact local youth leaders for more information. We will also be creating inspirational artwork for display.
Assemble furniture. CARITAS is an organization in Richmond helping individuals break the cycle of homelessness and addiction. They provide a furniture bank to help those starting in a new home after being homeless. Furniture kits are from IKEA and all assembled furniture will be held in the furniture bank for those in need.
Write letters and draw pictures for military, police officers, and firefighters. We will also be making paracord bracelets.
Nursery provided for children aged 18 months - 3 years.
Refreshments will be served.
This is not an official site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.