Opportunity

Warmth for Wake - firewood prep and delivery

with

Wake County Human Services

What You'll Do:

Warmth for Wake is a seasonal energy assistance outreach program. The goal of the program is to provide fuel to low-income residents of Wake County during the coldest winter months.

This opportunity has passed.

Details:

Warmth for Wake is a seasonal energy assistance outreach program that is sponsored by Wake County Human Services. The goal of the program is to provide fuel to low-income residents of Wake County during the coldest winter months.

With the commitment of a strong volunteer base, Warmth for Wake is able to provide free deliveries of firewood to homes that can use it to offset their gas or electric heat consumption.

Individual and/or group volunteers are needed to cut, split and deliver donated firewood to low-income residents of Wake County. Volunteers can choose to work at either our North Raleigh or Southeast Raleigh sites.

If you would prefer to work in the Cary/Apex area or the Holly Springs area, please let us know. We can connect you with smaller church based firewood outreach programs in those areas.

Work sessions are held on Saturday mornings from 8:30am until noon (weather permitting). Individuals and groups of 3 or less people can just sign up and show up. Larger groups (5 or more people) should contact Denise Kissel in advance to schedule a work date.

This opportunity has passed.

Location:

900 N New Hope Rd, Raleigh, NC 27610, USA

900 N New Hope Rd, Raleigh, NC 27610, USA

900 N New Hope Rd, Raleigh, NC 27610, USA

Rain Plan:

For the safety of everyone involved, we do not work if rain or snow is planned. We will decide on the day before if we have to cancel and send out an e-mail to everyone who is scheduled to work that day.
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