May A Time to Help Project: Angels’ Place

May 12, 2014 | News | 0 comments

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When: May 31, 2014  |   9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Project: Founded in 1992, Angels’ Place is a non-profit organization that provides homes and services to adults with developmental disabilities.  Twenty residential homes are located in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb County.  A non-residential program also provides respite and community living support services for persons with these challenges.

Volunteers will help stain an outside deck and railing spindles of the ramp walkway, perform landscaping activities; e.g. mulching, raking/weeding, trim/remove shrubbery, create flower garden, clean outdoor furniture, and create and paint canvas backdrop murals.

Where: Webster House  | 16022 Webster Avenue  |  Southfield, MI 48075  |  Map

Prepare: Please bring gloves, garden tools; e.g., gardening trowels, pruning shears, rakes, scoop shovels, digging shovels and notify event coordinators (time.to.help.email@gmail.com or 313-309-5800) if you cannot bring or do not own such supplies.

Parking: Residential street parking.

Contact: A Time to Help Coordinators Jean and Chris | time.to.help.email@gmail.com | 313-309-5800

Sign up: Visit atimetohelp.org or click here.

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