Contact: Anne Swift
United States of America

This is a 2 day service project for Oct 15 & 16

Are you handy with a power tool?

Rick Cavender needs six (6) skilled workers and four (4) helpers for Friday and Saturday.  Skilled workers should have the “ability to drill holes in metal posts, drive self-tapping screws, read levels and operate power tools as necessary also have the ability to life at least 50 pounds”. 

Helpers will be “required to lift at least 20 pounds, help locate and carry fasteners and tools as instructed and use a shovel to dig or clean out holes or mix concrete”.   All volunteers to bring work gloves, wear solid boots or shoes, bring protective eyewear if you have it along with sunscreen and water or sport drinks.

Click here to sign up as a skilled worker or skilled helper:  KforK skilled worker

All other volunteers

Our friends at City Year will be organizing volunteers and tasks on site.  Click here to sign up through City Year
Make a donation today!

Your donation will help the children served by CASA.  The mission of Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) is to recruit, train, and supervise court-appointed volunteer Advocates who provide constancy for abused and neglected children and youth while advocating for services and placement in safe and permanent homes.

Every child deserves a safe place to play!
Developer:  $5,000  Click here

Leader:  $2,500  Click here

Partner:  $1,500  Click here

Provider:  $1,000  Click here

Builder:   $500  Click here

Friend:   $250  Click here

Other Amount:  Click here 
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Anne Swift