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Join Us to Support Sick Children & their Families at Children's Hospital
The Regional Transladies Community has been accepted to provide coffee rounding services for Friday July 20 and each month going forward. We will be serving coffee and distribute toys and other materials to between 25 – 35 families (50 people estimated) using a coffee cart displaying the DC Regional Transladies logo. We are requesting two additional people(beside Lindsey and myself) for this event in July, but are looking for a pool of active volunteers to run the cart every month. RSVP here if you have any interest. We as a volunteer team will share the cost for the coffee cart is $125 total (at least $80 in monetary donations and $45 in in-kind donations). If there’s additional contributions the share goes down. Then people can contribute to the $45 in kind cost, either sending toys, etc directly or through a contribution The cart will carry in the cart various supplies may include, but are not limited to: magazines/books (suitable for all ages), snacks, hot chocolate packs, bookmarks, small children’s prizes,activity/coloring books, and small games and toys. Ideally we are looking for donations for a year’s worth of coffee cart rounding -- that comes to $960 a year in monetary donations and $540 in in-kind donations. We are requesting two additional people(beside Lindsey and myself) for this event in July, but are looking for a pool of active volunteers to run the cart every month. RSVP here if you have any interest. The Children’s National Volunteer Services Team and/or the Children’s National Foundation will accompany our group throughout your entire coffee cart rounding event. Staff members will assist with set-up and clean-up as well as provide detailed instructions and guidance. Volunteers are asked to dress professionally and not sport any inappropriate looks. You can send the in-kind donations to my address at 9803 Paw Paw Way, Rockville, MD 20850 after first noting them on the spreadsheet and using the IRS code for their approximate market value. Please only send new or only slightly worn stuff. I am prepared to account for any monetary and or in kind donations using this open shared spreadsheet. If you would like to volunteer or have any questions please send me an email to[masked]-- please mark the subject header Childrens Coffee. Relevant Websites: You can review the following website: They have customized this Coffee Rounding Program for our group You will have to complete a simple volunteer application form which I can send anyone who wants to sign up. This is about helping children and parents in need. And it is sensationally good PR for us! I believe if we do a good job with this there will be some other volunteer opportunities at Children’s that will emerge as a result.

Children's Hospital

111 Michigan Ave Nw · Washington

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