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is always a good time to look for the need in our communities and celebrate our own successes by giving back.


- St Mary’s food Bank is the world’s first food “bank”, individuals and companies with excess money and food could “deposit” it, and those in need could “withdraw” it. Today, St. Mary’s Food Bank is one of the largest food banks in the United States. The opportunities to volunteer include monetary donations, volunteering time by packing and sorting food boxes, and hosting food drives. For more information visit www. firstfoodbank.org.


- Volunteer Match is a great way to find opportunities to serve your community and we are fortunate to have a local branch right here in Phoenix. By visiting www.volunteermatch. com you can be paired up with countless opportunities that can work for almost anyone. Volunteer Match has been around since 1998 and has matched up millions of people with service opportunities. They work with over 100,000 non-profit organizations including American Red Cross, Easter Seals, Girl Scouts of the USA, National CASA, as well as the National MS Society and many more.


- Hands on Greater Phoenix offers a calendar of over 60 diverse, high-impact, one-time community service projects each month that you can get involved with. This program is very user friendly and makes it easy to find opportunities that are flexible enough to work with your busy


schedule. They also have volunteer opportunities for sustained community involvement and accept monetary donations. For more information visit www.handsonphoenix.com


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Written by: April McNeil


Solutions Real Estate 2353 E Baseline Rd Gilbert, AZ 85234


AprilMcNeilhomes@gmail.com 480-272-1977 www.AprilandErinhomes.com


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