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RASKALS fall service project registration now open

Post Date:09/26/2018 8:41 AM

With simplified sign-ups and flexibility to choose a date that fits your schedule, West Chester is making its fall community service project more user-friendly for volunteers.  

RASKALS_2018Registration for RASKALS (Random Acts of Simple Kindness Affecting Local Seniors) has moved online. Individuals and/or groups can sign up before Friday, Oct. 26 by visiting

All work is coordinated by West Chester Township organizers. Volunteer teams will be paired with homes in the neighborhood Saturday, Nov. 10 where they will complete simple yard clean-up tasks and outdoor chores from about 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Not available November 10? Not a problem.

Organizers will extend the project for any volunteers who are unavailable on the official RASKALS date. Any team or group with a scheduling conflict on Saturday, Nov. 10 may indicate their availability in order to be paired with a client on an alternate date.

Volunteers must be at least 10 years of age or accompanied by an adult if younger, and everyone must complete a waiver. Common tasks include raking leaves, weeding flower beds and cleaning windows.

RASKALS is a semi-annual, community-wide volunteer project serving more than 100 local seniors. The program helps seniors remain more self-sufficient while developing meaningful relationships between volunteers and their clients.

With questions, call 513-759-7312.


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