May 20, 2017
What is Project Serve?
Project Serve is an annual day of sponsored community service in which teens join together in an effort to positively impact their local communities. Students assist area nonprofits and organizations with projects that might not be completed without a volunteer workforce. Community leaders and businesses support these volunteer efforts with a financial pledge. These funds enable our students to grow in leadership and character by helping them attend various trips and conferences throughout the year.
What Do I Need to Know as a Student?
Project Serve is an opportunity for all of our middle and high schoolers to serve in our community; however, it is required for those going on an upcoming trip/conference with Bethel Students. If you have a conflict, let Sarah Dunkel know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
8:15am | meet at Bethel, in the gym
9–11:45am | serve at morning sites
12–1pm | lunch provided at Bethel, in the gym
1–3pm | serve at afternoon sites
3–3:45pm | debrief and write thank you notes at Bethel, in the gym
How Do I Become a Sponsor?
We look forward to publicly recognizing our sponsors, and sincerely thank those who have already made a contribution. If you would like to make an online financial contribution to Project Serve, click here. Please enter the dollar amount in the “Other” field and indicate that it’s for Project Serve. All donations are tax-deductible.
If you have further questions about how to get involved with Project Serve as a sponsor, please contact Sarah Dunkel at email@example.com.
What Agencies Have Been Served in the Past?
Below are some of the agencies we’ve served in the past:
- ARC of Cass Clay
- Churches United for the Homeless
- Dakota Boys Ranch Thrift
- Dorothy Day Food Pantry
- Fargo Marathon
- Great Plains Food Bank
- New Life Center
- Red River Zoo
- Ronald McDonald House
- Salvation Army