Monday January, 19 2015
1:00pm to 4:30pm
We will be going door-to-door on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January 19th in the Montbello Neighborhood of Denver to help people reduce their energy use and their energy bills. If you’ve volunteered with Groundwork Denver before, you know how rewarding and fun a Neighborhood Energy Action can be. We’d love to have you join us again for this important day of service.
For those who haven’t volunteered with Groundwork on MLK Day, here is what you’ll do: you and a partner will knock on about 40 doors assigned to you. At each home, you’ll offer to change out the front porch light bulb to a compact fluorescent bulb, provide information about reducing energy use, and sign people up for free recycling, energy audits and street trees. It’s simple and makes a huge difference for people and the planet. If you haven’t participated in a Neighborhood Energy Action yet, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how much of an impact you can make in a few volunteer hours. We’ll provide you with all the training and materials you need for the event.
To RSVP for this project or to ask for additional information please contact Volunteer Coordinator Dele Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org OR 303-455-5600 ext 209.