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One Seattle Day of Service on May 21st
One Seattle Day of Service on May 21st
4/19/20222:06

“We all have to come together to do something.” -Quynh Pham, Friends of Little Sài Gòn

From the Little Saigon neighborhood, Mayor Bruce Harrell announced Monday the first-ever "One Seattle Day of Service," a citywide volunteer event that will take place on Saturday, May 21, 2022.

Hoping to inspire a sense of Seattle comradery, Mayor Harrell and the City of Seattle aim to have about 2,200 volunteer opportunities across more than 80 different activities throughout the city. Volunteer efforts have been organized with community groups, business associations, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and Seattle Public Utilities, and are supported by local businesses, civic organizations, and Seattle’s sports teams.

The “One Seattle Day of Service” will have opportunities for everyone, across ages, abilities, and interests from cleanup and beautification to gardening and restoration to helping neighbors in need. Interested people can visit seattle.gov/dayofservice to learn more and register to volunteer.

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