YOU ROCK for wanting to dive in and get involved in Hands On Nashville Day, our city’s biggest day of volunteerism that benefits Metro Schools. To sign up as an individual, you’ll need to follow a few simple steps, all outlined below. If you’d rather sign up a team, read about how to do that here. If someone is going to invite you to be a part of their team, you will receive email instructions telling you what to do.
1. Create an account / Log in to your account.
> Click here to create your HON.org account.
(If you already have a HON.org account, simply log in using the green ‘login’ button in the upper right corner of the site and go to step #2. If you have an account, but have not volunteered with us since last year, please reset your password by clicking ‘login/forgot password’ in the upper right corner.)
2. Browse schools and SIGN UP!
> Click here to get started. (Remember, you must first be logged in to your account to sign up for a school site.) From this page, you can either browse school sites on the Google map…
… or in a list view by clicking the green button.
Once you find the school you want and click SIGN UP, you will receive an email confirmation with additional details about about exactly where to go on Sept. 22, etc.
3. Support volunteerism & Hands On Nashville.
> Make your gift here.
This is our largest annual fundraiser. A $25 donation per participant is suggested. All gifts support HON’s work to connect record numbers of volunteers to critical community needs such as hunger, homelessness, and animal welfare.
> Or start a personal fundraising page here.
4. Tell your friends.
Please spread the word about this awesome, uplifting community event! Whether your preferred mode of communication is Facebook, Twitter, email, or carrier pigeon, you can inspire others to join in. (Please be sure to tag us — www.facebook.com/HONashville, @HONashville — and use #HONDay12 as the Twitter hashtag).
We can’t wait to serve with you on September 22!
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