DAYTON, OH – Staff and volunteers of local nonprofit Hannah’s Treasure Chest (HTC) volunteered recently at Centerville Washington-Township Park District (CWPD) for the first of their annual Hannah’s Days Out volunteer adventures.
On June 14, the HTC crew visited CWPD’s Kennebrook Nature Center to clean the Nature Nook and plant bee-friendly flowers in the area. Unfortunately, Mother Nature did not cooperate with the outdoor plans, so the crew went to work preparing the Nature Center for CWPD’s summer programs. After giving the Nature Nook a thorough cleaning, the crew visited Archer’s Tavern for lunch.
The group will continue their Hannah’s Days Out with visits to East End Community Services on June 21, and Crayons to Classrooms on July 19. Their final Hannah’s Day Out adventure will be with The Foodbank of Greater Dayton on July 26.
“Hannah’s Days Out help us connect in a new way with our partner agencies and other nonprofits in the area,” said HTC’s Marketing Communications Coordinator, Leslie Marsh. “We enjoy lending a helping hand to nonprofit missions that help make the Miami Valley such a great place to live.”
- Hannah’s Day Out 2017
- Hannah’s Day Out at EECS
- Hannah’s Day Out at C2C (Coming Soon!)
- Hannah’s Day Out at The Foodbank (Coming Soon!)
Hannah’s Treasure Chest partners with nearly 50 area organizations throughout the year to provide care packages of clothing, diapers, books, hygiene products and safety equipment to children living in need.
To learn more about Hannah’s Treasure Chest, visit their website at www.hannahstreasure.org, and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.