A Time to Help Event – Historical Cass Park

Aug 7, 2009 | News | 0 comments

WhenAugust 29th, 2009

Time:  9:00 a.m. – Noon

Location: Historical Cass Park (located on Temple and Second across the street from Masonic Temple.) Masonic Temple 500 Temple St. Detroit, MI  48201

  Volunteers are needed to help clean, paint and beautify Cass Park to get it ready for a free concert and food drive the next day by Motown Recording Artist KEM.   The purpose of the free event is to gather food for the area’s homeless shelters and food banks; to feed the homeless and others in need; and to encourage people to volunteer and give. 

By sharing his gift of music, KEM hopesblank to bring attention to the plight of the homeless and motivate the community to get involved with volunteerism.   Our efforts will help make this event possible. 


  • Please bring work gloves.
  • Volunteers MUST BE at least 17 by August 29, 2009
  • You will be required to sign a Release and Waiver of Liability Form

To sign up visit www.volunteerimpact.org.  If you have any questions, please email Project Coordinator Marci Fitch at marcif6@gmail.com or call 248-506-5114


**If you sign up, assume you are confirmed to work unless you receive a call back telling you otherwise. 


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