Volunteer Opportunity: Miracle League of The Triangle The goal of this organization is to provide children with special needs the opportunity to play America’s favorite pastime.
When: This Saturday, April 27th from 3:00 p.m. to around 5:45 p.m.
Where: 805 Cary Towne Blvd., Cary, NC. In the fields next to Adams Elementary. Please print out the “Single Day Buddy Registration Form” below and fill it out. You will need to bring that completed form to the event. If you forget or misplace your copy, do not worry we will have a few extras for that purpose, but it is always good to get it done ahead of time! The second document is important to read over as well for some tips about working with the Miracle League kids.
Single Day Buddy Registration Form Group Buddy Tips
If you have any questions, please feel to contact Noah Boyd, email@example.com or you can text/call Jennifer Rogers @ (919)895-0151
Check out Noah, our PTK President doing the Wobble at the Spring Fling with other Wake Tech Students on our Facebook Page. It is so much fun to be part of this group!!!
President Noah Boyd and Vice President Michelle Sourisak
Event: Candy For Sandy Fundraiser When: Tues. & Wed., 2/26-27, 9-Noon Details: We will have Hershey’s $2 Assortment of candy bars for sale at two locations on Main Campus and we need volunteers to cover these dates and times. Prize Contest: Other than the reward of helping the victims of Superstorm Sandy, there will be a $30 Visa gift card up for grabs to the person who sells the most candy. You can use it for gas, food, or whatever you like!! (Sales made while working a table will go towards your total sales for the contest, so it might be helpful to sign up and work one.) Please see below for available dates and times to work a table and if you would like to sign-out a box of your own to sell, please leave a comment with your contact info (which will not be published to the site) or you can e-mail Jennifer Rogers or Steven Hill.
Who Benefits: The money we raise will go to directly to the PTK group at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, New York. They have over 2,000 students, faculty, and staff that lived in the A zone (areas hit the hardest) of Gerritsen Beach, Coney Island, Staten Island, Brighton Beach, Canarise, and the Rockaways, which took the brunt of the storm.
To sign-up to work, please leave a comment. Available spaces will be claimed on a first-come, first-serve basis. We will need at least two people to work each table during the following times and depending on how many of you want to help, possibly more. For now, you can sign up for up to two 30-minute time slots, and if you would like to or be willing to work more, please make a note of it in your comment.