17th Annual Pass It Along Day

Saturday, May 19


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Sparta — The 17th Annual Pass It Along Day will be held on Saturday, May 29th, 2018, starting at 9:00 a.m., offering volunteer opportunities across Sussex County for participants of all ages. Projects include painting, landscaping, minor structural repairs, planning gardens and more with organizations such as Stokes State Forest, SCARC, Sunset Vista, Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice and OSCAR Animal Rescue. Various organizations and groups will take one of the 20 available sites, including Thorlabs, Sussex County Community College and various high schools and groups.

Pass It Along Day has grown to become one of the largest one-day service events in northern New Jersey, encompassing over 100 volunteers across 20 sites. Volunteers of all ages will participate in community service projects to help nonprofit agencies and the community at large.

“Pass It Along Day is a special day for our community. Our volunteers are helping so many in need, our nonprofit partners and the communities at large. This year we’ve added a lot of new projects. Our hope is that we have the largest number of volunteers ever,” said Kathy Rathbone, director of programs.

For more information about Pass It Along Day, including projects and how to register visit www.passitalong.org.

About Pass It Along

Pass It Along is a nonprofit organization serving the northern New Jersey counties of Sussex, Morris, Essex and Warren. Since its inception in 2001, Pass It Along has been committed to helping teenagers become confident, resilient and compassionate through self-discovery, volunteerism, and leadership. By participating in the Pass It Along program, teenagers gain strong sense of self, learn about the positive effects of helping others and are equipped to making better decisions. For more information and to view all of our programs we have to offer, please visit www.passitalong.org



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