This past Saturday, April 30th, a small crew from our office participated in Sharefest’s 13th Annual Community Workday. Sharefest Community Development is an organization dedicated to creating an imprint of lasting positive change in the South Bay and Harbor areas of LA County. The organization does this by partnering with churches, businesses, civic leaders, schools, and residents.
The Sharefest Annual Workday is a community-building and service day that brings together volunteers of all ages to donate their time and talents to beautify and meet tangible needs at schools, churches, and nonprofit organizations in the South Bay and L.A. Harbor areas.
This year, 300+ projects were completed at 50 sites across the South Bay and Harbor areas. Posts were shared on social media from the various work sites using #SFWorkday.
Here’s a few pictures from our participation at Jane Addams Middle School in Lawndale, CA:
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Sharefest Community Development is an organization dedicated to creating an imprint of lasting positive change in the South Bay and Harbor areas of Los Angeles County. The organization partners with churches, businesses, civic leaders, schools, and residents.
Sharefest’s annual workday is a community building day where thousands of volunteers are mobilized into the community to work on projects designed to meet tangible needs. Volunteers paint, clean, plant, refurbish, and beautify schools, parks and public facilities all at no cost to recipients.
Our job for the day was sanding and re-painting classroom doors at Jane Addams Middle School in Lawndale.
Here are some pictures from the day: