7 Ways to Give Back in a Group

County Parks and Recreation

✓ 1-20 People   âœ“ 20-50 People   âœ“ 50+ People

Any size group is welcome to clean up, plant trees and other vegetation, or maintain trails at parks around the county.

 

Fleet Science Center

✓ 1-20 People   âœ“ 20-50 People

Up to 40 people at a time can organize supplies for Fleet’s community programs, build projects for classrooms, paint, clean, or help renovate.

 

Mama’s Kitchen

✓ 1-20 People

Groups of 6 to 20 employees can help put together meals and snacks that will be delivered to San Diegans living with AIDS or cancer.

 

Meals on Wheels

✓ 1-20 People   âœ“ 20-50 People

Groups of eight or more can adopt a route and deliver meals a few times a month. Or, create "We Care" packages to remind seniors they’re not forgotten.

 

San Diego Food Bank

✓ 1-20 People   âœ“ 20-50 People

Volunteers can help out in the warehouse, at distribution sites, and at food bank events.

 

San Diego Rescue Mission

✓ 1-20 People

Smaller groups can serve meals, and larger ones can help out in the warehouse. Companies can also collect food and personal hygiene products to donate.

 

San Diego River Park Foundation

✓ 20-50 People   âœ“ 50+ People

Garden, help clean up the river, or monitor water quality. Events can be organized for 30 to 300 people.

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