“Fountain Hills Make a Difference Day” is about serving others … our neighbors. Amazing things can be accomplished when residents take on the challenges they see in their community.
Challenges can include kitchen cabinets and shelves that cannot be reached due to physical limitations and therefore are left unclean for years.
It can include needed minor repairs where homeowners, due to financial and physical burdens, as well as lack of nearby family, are left unattended.
The challenge for many of these vulnerable homeowners is to remain in their homes until their life ends.
Please put your own cares and needs on hold for one morning in October in order to “Make a Difference” in the lives of some of our most susceptible residents. You are invited to leave your comfort zone and enter the world of 60+ residents who are your neighbor by joining us on
Saturday, October 28, 7:30 a.m. at Golden Eagle Park, 15590 E. Golden Eagle Blvd. in Fountain Hills.
The Fountain Hills Make a Difference Day will bring together volunteers from the faith community, clubs and organizations, and town volunteers with a common mission to contribute where needs exist within our town. Work sites may include raking and cleaning up yards, cleaning up and organizing garages, building wheelchair ramps for elderly home-bound residents, or even deep cleaning where owners cannot keep up with those duties. Let’s show our neighbors that Fountain Hills is the “Small Town with a Big Heart!” Please register to volunteer today!
Please contact Heather Ware, Volunteer Coordinator, 480-816-5108 or firstname.lastname@example.org.