Beginning in 2019, Do Good Roseville plans to host a monthly group volunteer event as part of our goal to help actively engage more people in our community and build connections to other organizations doing good things in our community.
See our Upcoming Events page for details
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Past events 2019
Saturday, March 9 – Feed My Starving Children
Volunteers hand pack scientifically formulated meals for undernourished children, which are distributed to a network of 80+ partners in 60+ countries each.
We were part of a MobilePack event at Community of Grace Lutheran Church. 520 volunteers, packed 108,000 meals. Enough to feed 3 meals a day, for a full year for 91 kids. It was an amazing operation.
Saturday, February 16 – Bundles of Love
Bundles of Love Charity partners with community organizations to assist families in need by providing handmade, essential items for newborns. Each bundle has 30-35 mostly handmade items. Look at this example!
There was something different for everyone to do, and it takes a lot of pictures to show how much effort goes into making each bundle! If you want, you can even do projects at home. You can choose to sew or knit an entire item, or just do one task such as cutting fabric, drawing patterns, and much, much more. It’s an amazing operation run by all volunteers.
Look at our volunteers sewing, cutting, marking fabric, putting in snaps, packaging shampoo and baby wash, cutting quilts, and assembling bundles:
Do Good Roseville even helped by collecting fabric donations. If you have extra fabric, you can do the same!
Saturday, January 12, 2019 – Twin Cities Kids In Need Resource Center
Look at this amazing group of DRG volunteers at Twin Cities Kids In Need Resource Center! They did a great job packing bags, sorting and boxing supplies and labeling bags for math kits.
TCKINRC is an amazing organization that distributed just short of $1,500,000 in school supplies to teachers last year, and impacted 98,000 students!!! They have lots of other volunteer activities available. If you know a teacher in a school where 70% or more of the students are on Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program, the teachers can ‘shop’ for free.