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YMSL Redwood Ultimate Gift - Save the Bay

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 09:43 -- Heidi Holguin

On November 11th, the Redwood Chapter partnered with Save the Bay to transform Bair Island in Redwood City, California!

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Together, we moved 200 cubic feet of compost equivalent to 8076 pails or 67 wheelbarrows over 1 acre of land. This location is at the edge of Bair Island, one of the largest wetlands restoration projects in California.  108 YMSL Redwood moms and sons performed 282 hours of service, in order to prepare for one of the final phases of Bair Island restoration beginning this winter. The best part was the transformation that occurred among us as we furthered our YMSL community bond!

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Together, we moved 200 cubic feet of compost equivalent to 8076 pails or 67 wheelbarrows over 1 acre of land. This location is at the edge of Bair Island, one of the largest wetlands restoration projects in California.  108 YMSL Redwood moms and sons performed 282 hours of service, in order to prepare for one of the final phases of Bair Island restoration beginning this winter. The best part was the transformation that occurred among us as we furthered our YMSL community bond!

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YMSL Dal-Rich and YMSL North Dallas Chapters collaborate with Rebuilding Dallas for Ultimate Gift

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 09:18 -- Heidi Holguin

Over the course of three days Oct. 14 and Nov. 4-5, YMSL Dal-Rich Chapter and YMSL North Dallas Chapter collaborated with Rebuilding Dallas to transform several blocks of the La Bajada neighborhood in West Dallas. “It was very inspiring to see so many moms and sons working side by side to make a difference. … I can tell you that by the time we left on Sunday, the community was absolutely thrilled with the assistance they received," said one member.

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Some 350 moms and sons participated from both chapters. In all, 33 homes were assisted with yard cleanup, tree trimming and trash pick up; more than 100 addresses were painted on curbs; one house’s exterior was primed and painted; nine streets and two parks were cleaned of all trash and litter.
During the Saturday, Nov. 4, afternoon shift, Dallas City Councilman Omar Narvaez talked to the group and helped with the house painting. Fox 4 and NBC 5 covered the event.

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Some 350 moms and sons participated from both chapters. In all, 33 homes were assisted with yard cleanup, tree trimming and trash pick up; more than 100 addresses were painted on curbs; one house’s exterior was primed and painted; nine streets and two parks were cleaned of all trash and litter.
During the Saturday, Nov. 4, afternoon shift, Dallas City Councilman Omar Narvaez talked to the group and helped with the house painting. Fox 4 and NBC 5 covered the event.

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Some 350 moms and sons participated from both chapters. In all, 33 homes were assisted with yard cleanup, tree trimming and trash pick up; more than 100 addresses were painted on curbs; one house’s exterior was primed and painted; nine streets and two parks were cleaned of all trash and litter.
During the Saturday, Nov. 4, afternoon shift, Dallas City Councilman Omar Narvaez talked to the group and helped with the house painting. Fox 4 and NBC 5 covered the event.

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Some 350 moms and sons participated from both chapters. In all, 33 homes were assisted with yard cleanup, tree trimming and trash pick up; more than 100 addresses were painted on curbs; one house’s exterior was primed and painted; nine streets and two parks were cleaned of all trash and litter.
During the Saturday, Nov. 4, afternoon shift, Dallas City Councilman Omar Narvaez talked to the group and helped with the house painting. Fox 4 and NBC 5 covered the event.

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Some 350 moms and sons participated from both chapters. In all, 33 homes were assisted with yard cleanup, tree trimming and trash pick up; more than 100 addresses were painted on curbs; one house’s exterior was primed and painted; nine streets and two parks were cleaned of all trash and litter.
During the Saturday, Nov. 4, afternoon shift, Dallas City Councilman Omar Narvaez talked to the group and helped with the house painting. Fox 4 and NBC 5 covered the event.

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During the Saturday, Nov. 4, afternoon shift, Dallas City Councilman Omar Narvaez talked to the group and helped with the house painting. Fox 4 and NBC 5 covered the event.

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Some 350 moms and sons participated from both chapters. In all, 33 homes were assisted with yard cleanup, tree trimming and trash pick up; more than 100 addresses were painted on curbs; one house’s exterior was primed and painted; nine streets and two parks were cleaned of all trash and litter.
During the Saturday, Nov. 4, afternoon shift, Dallas City Councilman Omar Narvaez talked to the group and helped with the house painting. Fox 4 and NBC 5 covered the event.

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YMSL Lakes Chapter serves The Gatehouse

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 08:58 -- Heidi Holguin

The YMSL Lakes Chapter had the pleasure of completing their ultimate gift benefiting The Gatehouse in Grapevine, TX on November 11th and 12th. The Gatehouse is a supportive living community for women – whether single or with children – leaving a crisis situation to rebuild their lives. Their gift was the transformation of an area around the fishing pond to make it usable and accessible for the mothers and children to take a break together outdoors, enjoy the beauty of the pond, and provide a fishing area to enjoy the favorite American pastime of fishing.

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YMSL Midtown Tulsa Chapter Transforms Coffee Bunker

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 08:41 -- Heidi Holguin
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Over 4 weekend days in October, the YMSL Midtown Tulsa chapter transformed the food pantry and clothing donation area of the Coffee Bunker. The Coffee Bunker is a local charity and supports veterans in transitioning from active duty to civilian life. The clothing and food pantry began organically and quickly became overwhelming due to limited space, planning and upkeep. They started the project by removing everything in the area and putting it in a storage container. They then scraped, cleaned and painted all surfaces in the storage areas. They added plywood to walls to create a solid surface, added shelving units and putting up new hanging racks for the clothing. The stairwell was previously grey and blended in with the walking surfaces. This was of particular concern to them all. The stairs were painted a bright yellow and grip strips were added for more safety. Everything was sorted before coming back into the area and the new storage areas were organized and labeled. New processes were posted in order to assist volunteers to help maintain the flow and organization after the project. They were lucky enough to have a vet work along side us for the project. The founder of Coffee Bunker shared with us that she had "lost sleep" in the past worrying that someone might fall or trip in the donation areas due to clutter and disorganization. She was so pleased with the transformation once the project was complete she said she could now "sleep better at night." The Executive Director presented our President, VP of philanthropy and some of the boys that volunteered extra time with "Challenge Awards." Our project had just over 200 hours of service and 80% of those hours were worked as Mom/Son teams. 

 

 

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Over 4 weekend days in October, the YMSL Midtown Tulsa chapter transformed the food pantry and clothing donation area of the Coffee Bunker. The Coffee Bunker is a local charity and supports veterans in transitioning from active duty to civilian life. The clothing and food pantry began organically and quickly became overwhelming due to limited space, planning and upkeep. They started the project by removing everything in the area and putting it in a storage container. They then scraped, cleaned and painted all surfaces in the storage areas. They added plywood to walls to create a solid surface, added shelving units and putting up new hanging racks for the clothing. The stairwell was previously grey and blended in with the walking surfaces. This was of particular concern to them all. The stairs were painted a bright yellow and grip strips were added for more safety. Everything was sorted before coming back into the area and the new storage areas were organized and labeled. New processes were posted in order to assist volunteers to help maintain the flow and organization after the project. They were lucky enough to have a vet work along side us for the project. The founder of Coffee Bunker shared with us that she had "lost sleep" in the past worrying that someone might fall or trip in the donation areas due to clutter and disorganization. She was so pleased with the transformation once the project was complete she said she could now "sleep better at night." The Executive Director presented our President, VP of philanthropy and some of the boys that volunteered extra time with "Challenge Awards." Our project had just over 200 hours of service and 80% of those hours were worked as Mom/Son teams. 

 

 

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Impact Frisco Chapter serviced Little Hearts of Hope

Sat, 01/27/2018 - 08:12 -- Heidi Holguin
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The Impact Frisco Chapter serviced Little Hearts of Hope ("LHOH"), an organization established to support the healthy children in a household where there is a parent or a sibling diagnosed with cancer.  Over Sunday, October 22nd & the weekend of November 10 - November 12th they hosted supply drives throughout Collin County, packed one year of the monthly mail out program, built storage shelving, rented and transferred all supplies and storage boxes to a temperature controlled storage unit in Collin County.  In doing so, they were able to take LHOH to an entirely different level of effectiveness; the Executive Director, Kerri Steele, is now able to focus her efforts and time on grant writing and fundraising rather than the packaging of the monthly mail out program.  

The Impact Frisco Chapter donated over 3K to the project.  We had 165 Young Men & Moms participate donating 364 hours of their time.  

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The Impact Frisco Chapter donated over 3K to the project.  We had 165 Young Men & Moms participate donating 364 hours of their time.  

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The Impact Frisco Chapter donated over 3K to the project.  We had 165 Young Men & Moms participate donating 364 hours of their time.  

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The Impact Frisco Chapter donated over 3K to the project.  We had 165 Young Men & Moms participate donating 364 hours of their time.  

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The Impact Frisco Chapter donated over 3K to the project.  We had 165 Young Men & Moms participate donating 364 hours of their time.  

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The Impact Frisco Chapter donated over 3K to the project.  We had 165 Young Men & Moms participate donating 364 hours of their time.  

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The Impact Frisco Chapter donated over 3K to the project.  We had 165 Young Men & Moms participate donating 364 hours of their time.  

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The Impact Frisco Chapter donated over 3K to the project.  We had 165 Young Men & Moms participate donating 364 hours of their time.  

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