Extreme Pre-School Makeover
- Request for Volunteers This Weekend:
United We Paint is inviting you to help children and families by
volunteering to paint:
Children's Village Pre-School - Head Start Program
250 10th Street, San Francisco
Saturday, November 3rd beginning at 8 a.m. (check in) and ending at 3
INDIVIDUALS or GROUPS may volunteer!
Everyone receives free breakfast, lunch, drinks, and volunteer
Everything is provided at no cost as we take care of all of the paint
We have professionals leading the event, therefore no experience is
This is an ideal opportunity anyone to give back to the community and
come together for a good cause.
During the last 10 years, more than 11,000 volunteers have loved our
events and have provided free exterior beautification to more than 50
Please visit http://www.unitedwepaint.org
<http://www.unitedwepaint.org/> (CLICK ON THE SAN FRANCISCO LINK!) to
register and/or contact me at 760.855.8858 with any questions.
All volunteers must register prior to the event to guarantee food.
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2nd!
United We Paint Organization
ABOUT CHILDREN'S VILLAGE
As the name implies, Children's Village is a community. It's our goal to
create as 'near perfect a society' as we are able so children will
expect to live in a world where individuality, expression, respect,
compassion and exciting new experiences prevail. I believe this
expectation can fuel each child's motivation, act as the foundation of
self esteem, and be the heart of empathy. Working with parents and staff
to create this 'perfect society' brings out the best in us all.
Children's Village Child Development Center provides a year round arts
enriched day program for children ages 3 months to 5 years. Our sunny,
state-of-the-art Facility in the SOMA section of San Francisco consists
of 7 classrooms, 3 play yards, and ample outdoor gardens. With help from
the Low Income Investment Fund, Miriam and Peter Haas Foundation, and
the Mayor's Office of Community Development, Children's Village is able
to offer a beautiful environment with a wealth of materials.
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