In celebration of CCAC’s 35th anniversary, we are giving back to the community that has supported our organization for so many years. Below is a list of volunteer projects for staff to participate in throughout the summer. Please complete the sign up form and encourage your colleagues to join!
2022 Summer Volunteer Projects
Saturday, July 30 (10:40am – 2:15pm): Great Olympia Bike Rodeo
Location: Isthmus Park, 529 4th Ave W, Olympia, WA 98501
CCAC is partnering with Capitol Land Trust to help with outdoor restoration needs. Come enjoy the summer weather while we help with invasive species removal, and weeding areas that the Land Trust has planted with native trees and shrubs. Volunteers will have the opportunity to exploring the property and walk the trails.
Inspiring Kids Preserve is a 108-acre property owned, protected, and managed by Capitol Land Trust on the eastern shore of Henderson Inlet in Thurston County, Washington. The preserve is home to nearly every native species of tree in western Washington and protects a mile of Puget Sound shoreline. Capitol Land Trust’s goal is that Inspiring Kids Preserve becomes a go-to place for outdoor STEAM learning, nature play, and rejuvenation.
Ongoing Through August 11: Little Red School House Project Supply Drive
We are joining up with the Thurston County based Little Red School House Project, which is committed to providing school supplies, backpacks and clothes to low income families so that children can begin the school year with basic necessities and have a successful school year.
You can find the donations box in the lobby of the main CCAC office. We are collecting items through August 11th.
Here is a list of the most needed items:
Scientific & regular calculators
Additionally, we will be looking for a few folks to bring these donations to KXXO Mixx 96.1 on Radio Day, August 12th.
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Saturday, August 20: Sense of Place Walk Stencil Painting
Location: Garfield Elementary School, 325 Plymouth Street NW, Olympia, WA 98502
Volunteers that sign up for the 9:00 am – 10:30 am slot will be spray painting the base layer of the stencils. These are each assigned a level – from very easy (quick!) to hard. The 10:45 am – 12:15 pm slots are for adding top details (such as adding numbers to hopscotch or finishing up complicated stencils).
We also have a need for 4 CCAC Ambassadors who can work from 9:00 am to about 12:30 pm, helping bring painting volunteers to their spots and checking in on stations to offer assistance, water, etc. Anyone interested can email firstname.lastname@example.org.