On Saturday, June 27, a team of six from Centric Chicago participated in the 22nd annual Chicago Cares Serve-a-thon. More than 5,000 volunteers spent the day painting, planting, and cleaning at Chicago’s schools, parks, and other public sites.
The Centric team included Tina Bowness, Kerri Cohen, Jeff Ehman, Bridget Ehman, Ned Ryan, and Jana Sanders. They enjoyed a beautiful, sunny day while they mulched and weeded at Chicago’s Grand Crossing Park. Check out the work they did and the fun they had while volunteering in the photos below!
About Chicago Cares Serve-a-thon
Serve-a-thon is the largest single day of community service in Chicago, when more than 5,000 volunteers come together to make the city stronger and more vibrant. Volunteers provide services at locations across the city to address Chicago’s most critical needs. Volunteers are involved in a range of activities, such as transforming neighborhoods with projects that uplift classrooms, school libraries, local playgrounds, and more, serving as a catalyst for change in the community.
About Chicago Cares
Chicago Cares is the city’s leading nonprofit organization. Funds raised for Serve-a-thon empower tens of thousands of volunteers to be the solution to Chicago’s most critical challenges each and every year. In addition to annual events like Serve-a-thon, 250 volunteer projects are offered each month in every corner of the city.