Yard Clean-Up for Disabled Adults — #LoveLonger April Project

Planting Independence is an outreach program coordinated by The Whole Person to help people with disabilities with yard maintenance and their Spring clean-up is April 22. Volunteers are needed to assist with general yard work — raking, mowing, weeding and planting. 

RAIN OR SHINE — There is a chance of rain on Saturday, if the grass is wet we won’t be mowing, but to still work even if it rains. Check this page in the morning incase we have to cancel due to severe weather.

Serve KC will help with 2 homes in KCMO and ask for a STRONG COMMITMENT from all volunteers singing up.  Please comment with the tools you can bring and your shirt size (small-4XL) by April 16th. 

GARDEN TOOLS NEEDED –  At least 2 Lawn Mowers, Rakes,  Pruners, Hedge Trimmers, Weeders, Cutters, Shears, Trowels, Brooms, Yard Waste Bags, Twine, ect.  (Remember to label all tools if you plan to share)

Wear close toe shoes, bring garden gloves and a refillable water bottle. 

#LoveLonger Project: Each month Serve KC highlights a different volunteer opportunity with 96.5 The Buzz listeners to join & make a positive impact in our community. 

Thank you for being a part of this wonderful KINDNESS project to people with disabilities in our Kansas City community.  The Whole Person provides services to people with disabilities so they can lead independent lives. To learn more about The Whole Person and additional volunteer opportunitiesvisit their website.

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