King Cares Family Service Day
Join us on Saturday, April 1 at 8:30 a.m. for King Cares Family Service Day. This yearly event day highlights our commitment to service and celebrates our community partnerships. Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Students, Parents and all family members are welcome. Please note, students under Grade 7 should be accompanied by an adult.
Enjoy a kickoff breakfast in the LS Courtyard beginning at 8:30 a.m., a quick service recognition program, and then we begin the service activity at 10:00 a.m. King is proud to partner with 11 organizations for both on-campus and off-site service projects. Please note, families must provide their own transportation to off-site service projects.
Register for the Family Service Day by providing your information below and selecting an organization and related service project that is meaningful to you. We hope to see you on April 1!
If you have any questions, please contact the Director of the King Cares Service Program, Jenna Temple at email@example.com.
SERVICE DAY ORGANIZATIONS
Below, please review the list of Service Day activities/organizations that include on and off campus, age requirements, and type of activity. Transportation to and from off-campus activities, will not be provided by King.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Any student Grade 6 and younger must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
On Campus Activities
Long Ridge Rehab Center: Decorate wooden planter boxes to be brought to the Rehabilitation Center. No grade minimum.
Midnight Run: Organize clothing and create toiletry kits for the upcoming Midnight Run. No grade minimum.
Orphaned Starfish/Anna's Place: Create Lego STEM kits to send to kids in New Orleans and an orphanage in New Orleans.
Grade 2 minimum.
New Covenant Center: (THIS ACTIVITY IS FULL) Work together to prepare bag lunches with lunch bags and placemats that you get to decorate. No minimum.
Kids in Crisis: Work with chefs from FLIK to cook a meal from scratch to be donated to children at Kids in Crisis. Grade 6 minimum.
Person-to-Person: Win prizes while participating in various competitions to staple food drive flyers to bags. No grade minimum.
Sunrise Senior Living: Bake and decorate cookies and brownies and make cards to be brought to the residents at the senior living community. Grade 6 minimum.
Building One Community (Neighbors Link): Help create materials to assist teaching english to Elementary students. Grade 6 minimum.
Off Campus Activities
For off-site projects, please first meet at the King Campus for the welcome breakfast and opening remarks. Please note, you will be required to provide your own transportation to and from off-site service projects.
Inspirica: Assist in organizing baskets for a fundraiser and help in the garden. No grade minimum.
SoundWaters: Enjoy the fresh air while cleaning the beach. No grade minimum.
The Villa Assisted Living Center: Participate in creative painting classes with the residents. Grade 3 minimum.