You're invited to Youth Get to the Point Day!
April 21, 2017 : 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
North Shore CDC invests in neighborhoods to create thriving communities. Our neighborhood revitalization model has transformed long-neglected neighborhoods into safe, vibrant communities. We invite you to invest in Salem’s Point neighborhood by contributing to our 6th Annual Youth Get to the Point Day on April 21st!

Event details:

Youth Get to the Point Day is a day of service held during national volunteer week. The aim of the event is to encourage youth and local organizations to become active leaders in the community. Last year, we have had over 150 volunteers collaborate on community revitalization projects throughout the Salem Point neighborhood.

This year, we will be adding a fun twist, A COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP CHALLENGE! Each youth will be part of a team that will head out into the neighborhood to pick up as much trash as they can. Safety rules WILL be enforced and set areas will be made clear! The team with the MOST trash collected wins! As always, the service activity will end with a neighborhood-wide cook out to celebrate our accomplishments and to learn more about services provided through the participating organizations.

Note: A pre-event meeting will be held for those participating with youth.

As a community stakeholder, we invite you to support this neighborhood event and our future Salem leaders by becoming a Youth Get to the Point Day sponsor!

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If you will be bringing a group of youth from your organization to volunteer at the event, how many (an estimate is fine)
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How many staff will you be bringing to the event for tabling, volunteering, overseeing youth group etc. ?
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