COMMUNITY SERVICE

THESE TWO FORMS MUST BE TURNED IN BEFORE SERVING:

  1. Emergency Medical Form 
  2. Release Form

Other Forms:

  1. This form must be turned in before serving at Chesterwood Village Nursing Home
  2. This form must be turned in before serving at PAWS

 

 

 

Summer Community Service

THESE TWO FORMS MUST BE TURNED IN BEFORE SERVING:

  1. Emergency Medical Form 
  2. Release Form

Places we serve:

The Liberty Center

Click here to sign up!

The Rotary BBQ Fest

Click here to sign up!

 

About This Program

Not only does community service positively impact the community, studies show that teens who serve experience meaningful benefits. Some of these include:

  • Improved academics
  • Believing they can positively impact society
  • Demonstrating more positive attitudes and actions

That is why nearly every day after school and many weekends, there are community service opportunities available through EDGE Teen Center’s Community Service Program. This is the only program of its kind in the area and it provides coordination, transportation and supervision while teens serve the under-resourced in their own community. For more information on how to participate, contact Matt Benjamin, matt@edgeteencenter.com, (513) 755-2400

We thank the Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty and the Rotary Club of West Chester/Liberty for their support of the EDGE Community Service Program.

 

September 2018

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
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  • Labor Day- no EDGE
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  • Lakota Teacher work day- No EDGE
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  • Focus on Youth programs/counseling w/Amy
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  • Mid Pointe Library programs- Survivor Makers
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  • Math Tutoring
  • The 3 E's Monday- Enlist w/ St. David w/ National Guard
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  • Envision Group (discussion based group)- Brittany
  • Math Tutoring
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  • Focus on Youth programs/counseling w/Amy
  • REDlife
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  • WC & Lib Magazine Home Expo
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  • Envision Group (discussion based group)- Brittany
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  • Focus on Youth programs/counseling w/Amy
  • REDlife
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  • BaclayCard Day- Teens will learn how to make change:)
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  • Bookmobile😃
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  • Envision Group (discussion based group)- Brittany
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  • Focus on Youth programs/counseling w/Amy
  • Gardening with Han from MIAMI
  • REDlife
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  • Gardening with Han from MIAMI
  • Mid Pointe Library Programs- Anime
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PLACES WE SERVE

Living Water Ministries

Hamilton Living Water Ministry, Inc., (HLWM), was founded in 1999 by United Methodist churches. Today we work to: bring people into active service into the community. provide the means to restore dignity and self worth. offer the tools and guidance for education, moral values, and spiritual growth. provide a safe place to learn, grow and to care.

Matthew 25 Ministries

The mission of Matthew 25: Ministries is to fulfill Matthew 25:34-40 of the New Testament by providing nutritional food to the hungry, clean water to the thirsty, clothing to the naked, affordable shelter to the homeless, medical care to the ill, and humanitarian supplies to those in need.

PAWS Adoption Center

Their mission is to provide a no-kill shelter dedicated to the reduction of homeless pets by promoting adoption, spay/neuter, education and responsible pet ownership.