Youth Action Project of San Bernardino to Hold Third Annual Cesar Chavez Day of Service

Volunteers for Youth Action Project of San Bernardino help with community park restoration for Cesar Chavez Day of Service in April of 2009.

On April 3, the Youth Action Project will hold its third annual Cesar Chavez Day of Service in San Bernardino, California.  With the help of community volunteers, the Youth Action Project holds a clean-up project for a community park as part of their annual commemorative community service event; this year’s project will benefit the Provisional Accelerated Learning Center in Muscoy.

The Youth Action Project of San Bernardino is seeking 75 skilled volunteers to take part in the clean-up effort.  Volunteers will help with a variety of tasks including landscaping and removal of dead plants and trees, the building of benches and painting and restoration of the recreation area.  As an added incentive, volunteers who register for Disney Day on the Disney Day Volunteer website will receive a free day pass to the Disneyland theme park in Anaheim.

The Youth Action Project of San Bernardino is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping grade school and high school students to develop critical academic and life skills providing mentoring and tutoring; and improving an environment for with positive, intellectually challenging and stimulating activities for a healthy developmental lifestyle conducive to long term success in life.

Those in the local area can learn more about volunteer opportunities by visiting the San Bernardino Youth Action Project organization website.  Those who do not have the opportunity to volunteer can help by making an online donation or a check donation to the Youth Action Project.