This team meets at 7 a.m. and helps make the niceSERVE event happen! They help set the tone for the day by preparing the launch site and all materials to make the day a success. Ages 13+
This team takes care of children ages 3 months to 4 years of parents who are serving during the niceSERVE Event. This team will meet at 8:15 a.m. in the childcare area. Ages 16+ and background check required.
Come help deep clean CrossTown's facility to create a welcome environment for the community they serve. CrossTown Kids provides after school and summer programming for children in an under-resourced, inner city neighborhood just west of downtown Orlando. Ages 10+
Give the buses at Orlando Children's Church (OCC) a good deep clean. OCC brings children in from distressed neighborhoods all over the city for tutoring and fellowship on Saturdays. Ages 10+
Sort donations to be redistributed locally to families in need. Second Harvest is partnering with us to create the Grenadier Market at Colonial High School which provides access to healthy food options, free of cost to students and their families. Ages 13+
Help with various cleaning and sorting tasks throughout UP Orlando's grocery and general facility. United Against Poverty serves families in our city by providing access to services that allow them to live with dignity despite financial hardship. Ages 12+
Help sort, fold, and hang clothing in the storefront of JC's Kidz Dudz. A program of Orange/Seminole Foster Children Association, JC's Kidz Dudz was created to make sure that foster children have the items they need at their most vulnerable time as they are first entering foster care. Ages 13+
This team will assist with storefront organization and act as personal shoppers/stylists for Jobs Partnership students attending Summit’s class who will get their fittings that day. Ages 18+
Tackle a number of tasks from cleaning to landscaping at the New Hope for Kids facility. New Hope for Kids serves children and families grieving loss with free counseling services and group classes. Ages 15+
Tackle a number of tasks around the office from painting a table to updating bulletin boards and sorting donations. One Purse creates opportunities for survivors of human trafficking to obtain scholarships for school and vocational training. Ages 16+
This team will be setting up the lunch area, helping with some on-site projects, and food prep. This team makes sure the rest of the teams have a welcome return and a great environment for lunch where they can reflect on the day. Ages 13+
Work alongside the staff of Colonial High School to assist students needing help with homework. This team meets AT Colonial High School’s main campus at 8 a.m. on the morning of niceSERVE. Ages 18+ and ADDitions registration required.
This team will be helping the Student Government Association at Colonial High School decorate and prepare the facility for their Homecoming Dance that evening. Ages 18+ and ADDitions registration required.
Help spruce up Demetree Park which provides a family friendly outdoor space for the communities of Azalea Park and Dover Shores to enjoy. This team will be cleaning debris, mulching, and removing invasive plants. Ages 10+
Help with Operation Clean Sweep in West Lakes. The West Lakes Partnership exists to celebrate and preserve the history and culture of the West Lakes Community. Ages 18+
Spend the morning leading students at Orlando Children's Church (OCC) through worship, games, and helping with homework. OCC brings children in from distressed neighborhoods all over the city for tutoring and fellowship on Saturdays. Ages 16+ and background check required.
Help to bring encouragement to students at Jackson Middle School by giving bathroom stalls a facelift with fresh paint and encouraging messages. Jackson Middle School is a direct feeder school for Colonial High School. Ages 18+ and ADDitions registration required.
Help build 20,000 meals that will be distributed by Second Harvest Food Bank to schools and families right here in Orlando. This project is for K-5th children and their families.
Sort and prep donated, used crayons to be recycled by The Crayon Initiative. The crayons will be redistributed to hospitals, Title I schools, and community organizations to benefit children all over the USA. This project is for K-5th children and their families.
Create goody bags for families and children coming to United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Halloween and Christmas Events. UCP empowers children with and without disabilities to achieve their potential by providing individualized support, education, and therapy services in an inclusive environment. This project is for K-5th children and their families.
Kids in the Foster Care System will often transition into or out of a home with very few personal items and articles of clothing. The Foundation for Foster Children's Safe Spaces program aims to provide needed items to uplift the dignity of kids in foster care. Help collect new pajamas, day outfits, and encouraging cards for kids experiencing this type of hardship. This project is for K-5th children and their families.