Roosevelt Elementary had some very special visitors recently. September 10th marked the 23rd annual Day of Caring and many of the volunteers chose to spend the day with the students and staff. Their cheerful attitudes and hard
work were very much appreciated and
will be remembered by all.
According to KUTV news, “This year, more than 4,500 volunteers representing 120 local companies completed 110 one-day service projects. Together, they completed nearly 18,000 hours of volunteer service. Volunteer service completed during this year’s Day of Caring saved our community more than $643,000! But the impact can be measured in more than just dollars. The work completed during Day of Caring 2015 not only improved individual lives, but also helped build a stronger community for all of us.”
A BIG THANK YOU to all of those who spent their day with us. What an awesome thing to do!