Community Day of Service
Community Day of Service On Saturday January 7th, The Governor and Lieutenant Governor will be hosting free events in communities across the state of Kansas in order to include every region of the Sunflower State in the 2023 inaugural festivities.
Governor Kelly and Lieutenant Governor Toland invite Kansans to participate in the Day of Service events to lend a hand to one of the numerous local charities the committee is partnering with across the state.
“The Day of Service is a great Kansas tradition, and demonstrates the impact we can all make in our communities,” Governor Laura Kelly said. “Volunteering makes our communities stronger, provides a sense of belonging, and improves lives. By donating some of our time, we can make a positive difference in our great state we all call home. Join us for a Day of Service event near you.” As a part of the #KSDayOfService initiative, Kansans can volunteer for numerous opportunities throughout the state.
Day of Service Johnson County – Food Bank and Food and Coat Drive
WHEN: January 7, 2023, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM C.T. WHAT: Food drive with Shawnee Community Services. Volunteers will sort and re-package donated products, or donate food and coats. WHERE: 11110 W 67th Street, Shawnee, KS 66203 Date: January 7 Time: 10AM – 3PM Location: Shawnee Community Services 11110 W 67th Street, Shawnee, KS 66203
Day of Service Wyandotte County – Food and Hygiene/Household Product Drive Date: January 7 Time: 9AM – 12PM Location: 736 Shawnee Ave, Kansas City, KS, 66015 Community Market, where donations are accepted, is located behind the former church building and can be accessed directly from Coy St. or through the parking lot of the church building off Shawnee Ave.Community Day of Service