HANDS ON NASHVILLE DAY!
Saturday, September 22, 2012 Hands on Nashville
Join 1,200+ volunteers for Nashville's largest day of service
benefiting Metro Nashville Public Schools on Saturday, Sept.
More than 79,000 children and youth are enrolled in our public
schools, and the places where they learn and play need your help.
Rally your friends and coworkers now so you'll be ready when
registration opens on Tuesday, Sept. 4!
What you can do now to get ready for HON
8 a.m. to Noon :: Landscaping & painting projects at 50+
Noon to 2 p.m. ::CMT One Country Celebration at Limelight
(complimentary lunch, door prizes, music, and fun!)
2) Rally. Be a Team Leader.Team Leaders recruit and organize a
group of friends, family members, neighbors, or coworkers to
participate as a HON Day team.
3) Be the Change. Raise the Change.Nearly all HON Day teams
and individuals donate the suggested $25 per participant, and many
teams raise additional money to support HON. These donations allow
HON to continue connecting record numbers of volunteers to critical
community needs such as hunger, homelessness, literacy, and animal
4) Mark Your Calendar!Be ready for HON Day registration to
open on Tuesday, Sept. 4. School sites fill up fast, and it is
first-come, first-served. We will send out an email on Sept. 4 with
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About Hands On Nashville Day
For 20 years, community volunteers have come together on one
day each fall to complete hundreds of "done-in-a-day" school
improvement projects. This year marks the 21st Hands On Nashville
Day event! Volunteers demonstrate their commitment to the city and
its schools as they work on landscaping, painting, and cleaning
projects throughout Davidson County. More than 1,800 volunteers
served in 55 different schools during HON Day 2011, making it the
largest turnout in the event's 20-year history.
HON Day is also Hands On Nashville's largest annual
fundraiser. A $25 donation per participant is requested, but not