Volunteer at San Diego Rescue Mission
Come help out in downtown San Diego on Saturday, March 12th!
On we'll gather as a group of Harvard volunteers (alumni, family, and friends) at the San Diego Rescue Mission in downtown. We'll be working in a boardroom on a variety of projects:
- assembling hygiene kits for the homeless
- rolling silverware for one of 3 annual holiday meals where approx. 1800 are expected
- creating bags filled with candy
This will be an independent activity where we won't be interacting directly with the residents or general community as we have at other service events. However, all that we work on will be distributed at the holiday meal on.
The San Diego Rescue Mission, with nine programs and one mission, has contributed to our community for over 60 years supporting individuals in creating better lives for themselves and their families. We look forward to having you join us!
Location: San Diego Rescue Mission, 120 Elm St., San Diego, CA 92101
Parking: 1st Avenue Parking Garage (across from the San Diego Rescue Mission- above the on ramp of 5 N at the NW corner of 1st & Elm). A gate code will be given to registrants.
Children of all ages are welcome with parental supervision.
Click here to sign up!!!