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The Mission Continues National Volunteer Week Service Project & Concert

April 14, 2011

Celebrate National Volunteer Week with amazing live music at a very special service project this Saturday (April 16). Volunteers are needed to assemble gift packages for deserving youth organizations including Big Brothers Big Sisters, Promises2Kids, The Polinsky Children’s Center, San Diego Armed Services YMCA, and San Diego Youth Services. Live music will be performed by Every Living Soul, Tollbooth Symphony, and the Rockhounds, as well as a performance by headlining artist Andrew Rosborough.

To register for this event, go to:

Event Details:

  • Saturday, April 16
  • 2-6 p.m. music, 2-4 p.m. service project
  • Free event, but cash donations will be accepted
  • Qualcomm Corporate Headquarters
    5775 Morehouse Drive
    San Diego, CA 92121

The Mission Continues is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building an America where every returning veteran can serve again as a citizen leader, and where together we honor the fallen by living their values through service. This National Volunteer Week service project is an example of The Mission Continues program effort to bring together veterans, civilians and active-duty volunteers in service to our country, through service to their communities.

This project is done in partnership with Volunteer San Diego and CaliforniaVolunteers’ Operation Welcome Home program. To find other volunteer opportunities serving veterans, visit our Search Page, click “Who would you like to serve?” and select “Military/Veterans” under Population.

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