MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY
APRIL 28th, 2018

What is it?
An Opportunity to Serve Together with our
Community
Why do we do it?

 

  • Make a Difference Day is right around the corner… What can I do to help?
  • First, take a look at the list of projects.
  • Next, sign up online Join us , use the communication card, call the office, or in Prairie Hall
  • We also need lots of donated items–You can check out the lists at the sign-up table, then bring your items in before the 28th
  • Then join us on Saturday, April 28th, from 8:30 a.m.–12:00 noon!
  • Coffee and Donuts to start your day!
  • Lunch will be served following our service projects!

Pre-School Maintenance/Repair Group

We love our pre-school! LCOP Preschool is a mission of the Little Church. This indoor project to update and repair some storage shelves for the teachers and children includes sanding, painting, and clean-up. Our Boomer Group Fix-It Group is “all in” and we could use some extra hands.

Project Coordinator: Gretchen Alden


Sewing Group:
When children are taken from their homes due to abuse, they sometimes only have the clothes on their back. This group will sew pajama bags for the Comfy Closet, a service of Mary Bridge Children’s Advocacy Center, which can be filled with necessities, comfort items, and hygiene items. Participants should bring their own sewing machine. Click here for more information on how to donate needed items.

Project Coordinator: Alice Amblad and Marilyn Sexton


Fellowship Group

Participating in these projects not only requires fuel (as in food), but also benefits from a time to sit back, take it all in, and process the experience. This part of Make a Difference Day is invaluable to the server and missionary inside each of us. The fellowship group spends the morning setting the tables and preparing a meal to share, and make this possible.

Project Coordinator: Joan Jackson


Motor Avenue and Nyanza Street Clean-up

 

We have adopted a street! Two, actually, and a few times a year we need help to keep the streets of Lakewood looking beautiful. Ages 15 and up (per City of Lakewood).

Project Coordinators: Beth and Preston Carter


Parks cleanupLakewood Parks and Recreation Clean Up

Join our group of hard-working outdoor lovers, as we work with the City of Lakewood to improve and maintain our beautiful parks with various projects such as barking, pruning and cleaning grave markers.  Exact location will depend on the needs of the city. Work gloves are recommended!

Project Coordinator: Bob Kagarise

 


Days for Girls-Moldova Project

Please BRING SCISSORS for cutting cotton fabric!!!!
This group will be cutting simple shapes that have been traced onto cotton fabric as part of the process of preparing sanitary products for Moldova girls. These products are very expensive in Moldova and difficult to obtain (limiting girls’ ability to attend school).

Project coordinator: Carolyn Teevin

 


Tacoma Rescue Mission

Help prepare and serve a lunch meal at the Rescue Mission. We will meet at Little Church and carpool to the site, where we will work with mission staff to help those in need. THIS PROJECT WILL RUN UNTIL 2 p.m. , and you are welcome to stay and eat at the mission.

Project Coordinator: Sally Ryan


Donations Needed:
If you want to help with this event, but you won’t be in town, you have to work, etc., You can still help! Bring items to the office or Prairie Hall before MADD!

~Wish List items for Comfy Closet Sewn Bags: (Sizes for girls and boys, infant through age 17)
Pajamas, Pants, Shirts, Underwear, Socks, Slippers, Jackets
Toothbrushes, Toothpaste & Floss, Hair Accessories, Deodorant, Color Books, Puzzles, Toys, Journals & Pens, Comb & Brush