Go vote and then read this post.
“Volunteering,” someone once said, “is the ultimate exercise in democracy.”
Why? Because when you choose to volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.
You join with others to help creating a community of hope, one in which all children can fulfill their promise. By giving just one hour a week of your time you help students in Kalamazoo Public Schools:
Stay and succeed in school
Improve in math or reading
Gain self-esteem and confidence
Have food for the weekend
Be ready for college and a career
Fulfill his or her Promise
Did you know that you are one of 43,000 community volunteers throughout the CIS network who, in 2016-2017, donated your time to 1.56 million students served by 131 affiliated organizations in 25 states and D.C.?
Thank you for casting your support of our 12,000+ children.
Interested in joining forces with our fabulous volunteers? You can change the life of a young person right here in your community by signing up today!
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