March 7, 2014
We are very excited for Comcast Cares Day this year! On April 26, we’ll be at 11 different project sites across Utah, lending a hand at schools, community centers, parks and other locations. A record-breaking 7,000+ volunteers participated last year and we hope to match or exceed that number!
Breakfast, lunch and t-shirts will be provided. Come join us!
Read about this year’s projects and then fill out the sign-up form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Salt Lake City||West High School241 North 300 West||West High School is the oldest high school in Utah and was established in 1890. Volunteer projects will include cleaning, landscape projects, painting and more.|
|Salt Lake City||South Salt Lake
|South Salt Lake is home to more than 23,000 residents. Volunteers will work together on various projects in the city, including tree planting, landscape, painting, cleaning, and more.|
|Holladay||Bonneville Jr. High/ Spring Lane Elementary5330 S. 1660 E.||This project is part of Granite School District. The two schools sit within walking distance of each other. Projects include landscaping and painting the elementary’s 4 atriums, landscaping, painting and cleaning at Bonneville Jr. High.|
|Riverton||Riverton High School
12476 S Silverwolf Way
|Riverton High School is the largest high school in the state, serving 1,978 students. Projects include cleaning, landscaping the fields, weeding, planting and more.|
|West Jordan||Sunset Ridge Middle School8292 S. Skyline Arch||Sunset Ridge Middle School holds 1400 students and continues to grow. Volunteer projects at this school include cleaning windows, bleachers, halls, filling in holes around school yard, landscaping and more.|
|West Jordan||West Jordan City
|West Jordan City has a population of 103,712, ranking as the fourth most populous city in the state. City-wide projects include landscaping, painting, rebuilding benches, planting trees, trash clean up and more.|
|Taylorsville||Taylorsville High School/Plymouth Elementary/Hartvigsen5220 S. 1470 W.||Taylorsville High, Plymouth Elementary and Hartvigsen are all schools within the Granite School District and all three share a parking a lot. Projects include: replace gravel on playground with rubber mulch, painting, replacing skirts on outdoor classrooms and more.|
|Salt Lake City||The Road Home210 S. Rio Grande Street||The Road Home provides a variety of services to help people overcome homelessness. Volunteer projects for the Road Home include cleaning and improving Palmer Court subsidized apartments.|
|Provo High School||Provo High School1125 N. University Ave.||Provo High School is a secondary school located in Provo, Utah. The school was founded in 1912. Some of the volunteer projects include: improving the baseball and softball fields, weeding and mulching planter beds around campus, deep cleaning walls and more.|
|Roy||Roy CityCity-wide projects||Roy City’s population is more than 37,604 people. Volunteer projects include laying sod, removing weeds, planting trees at Emma Russell Park and planting trees, painting, and weeding at Meadow Creek Pond.|
|Hyrum||Hyrum CityCity-wide projects||Hyrum City is located in Cache County, Utah. The population of Hyrum is more than 7,758 people. Projects include: planting sod, raking dirt, planting trees, trimming trees and more.|
7770 North Shannon Rd.
|The YMCA of Southern Arizona, as a cause-driven organization, strives to empower youth through physical activity and educational programs. Projects include deep cleaning, painting, and landscaping / beautifying.|
|Tucson||Flowing Wells Jr. High4545 North La Cholla Blvd.||Flowing Wells School District serves 6,000 students in a tight-knit community in northwest Tucson. Volunteer projects include re-striping outdoor courts, refurbishing the front office, and painting projects.|