Spring into Service
Community Thread’s Spring into Service helps local nonprofit organizations who work to strengthen our community every day. By volunteering to beautify and spring clean at these organizations, you help those who support this community, so their time can be spent doing what they do best. This family-friendly volunteer activity engages 100-200 volunteers annually, assisting with a variety of projects to help nonprofits better serve the St. Croix Valley.
Volunteer as a family, or a group for Community Thread’s Spring into Service, during the month of May!
Spring into Service matches groups of community volunteers with local nonprofit organizations for this annual service day. Spring into Service allows volunteers to make a difference by assisting with projects such as packing kits, sorting food, planting trees, and much more.
Pick the project that’s right for you! Help strengthen our community by volunteering for a project that benefits a local nonprofit organization and/or older adults living in their homes. Once you are matched with a project, your group will be able to choose the date and time that works best with the agency/homeowner.
Volunteer forms must be completed for each person participating by Friday, May 7, 2021.
Please call 651-439-7434 or email Volunteer@CommunityThreadMN.org with any questions.
Community Thread follows the CDC guidelines for volunteering:
- Please, stay home if you have been exposed to COVID-19 in the last 14 days or are showing COVID-19 symptoms. Anyone who has had close contact with a person who has COVID-19 should also stay home and monitor their health.
- Wear a cloth face covering when less than 6 feet apart from other people or indoors.
- Use social distancing (stay at least 6 feet away from others).
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds when you get to Community Thread and when you go home.
Please note: Volunteers may be required to have their temperature taken and asked the COVID symptom health questions prior to volunteering. Volunteers will also be asked to wear a face mask and will be provided with one if they don’t have one.