Done in a Day Projects

The Done in a Day Committee completes one-day service projects for a variety of non-profit community agencies. Projects are within our current focus area of women and children's advocacy and are selected through an applications process with a total funding commitment of up to $12,000. Selected projects for 2013-2014 include:

 

Independent Learning Network
This service is to help select and install two-dimensional artworks in their new Homeschool Resource Center. The Resource Center is a facility dedicated to homeschooled students that includes classrooms, media room, cooperative learning area, parent resource room, library and administrative offices.

National Association of Women in Construction with their "Block Kids" day.
This is a day for low economic elementary school children who may have never seen a Lego before to build something with them using their own imagination. This introduces the construction industry to the children which some might choose as a career path later in life. The creations will be judged and prizes will be awarded.

Society of Women Engineers "Girl's Engineer It" Day
The day was to teach middle school and high school aged girls what engineering really consist of through hands on fun projects that uses their creative energy. The projects included an egg drop contest, building bottle rockets and making slime out of kitchen materials.

Urban Hope
This day is devoted to painting the walls in their offices, classrooms and media room.  This will improve the facilities for the Urban Hope After School Program and the Urban Hope Summer Camp for inner city children.

 

 

If your organization is in need of assistance for a special event or program, please complete an application for DONE IN A DAY Projects.