September 11th has been declared the National Day of Service – a day to adopt a charity, or do a good deed. We’re going to take a closer look at what people are doing to get involved with their community. How can people with busy lives budget the time? What organizations are most in need of volunteers? There are all sorts of organizations that rely on volunteers, from youth groups to homeless shelters, trail builders to archivists. Join us for the conversation, Wednesday at 2:00 pm on Hometown, Alaska.
Photo from State of Alaska website: 2009 Senior Prom Queen at the Alaska Pioneer Home in Juneau, AK.
- Volunteer Anchorage
- Serve Alaska
- United States charity guide for Anchorage, Alaska
- United Way Day of Caring Food Drive
- Food Bank of Alaska
- United Way Anchorage
- Volunteers of America
- Alaska Community Services
- Catholic Social Services: Brother Francis Shelter
- Beans Cafe
- Alaska Pioneer Homes
- Volunteer at the Anchorage Museum
- The National Archives: Volunteer Opportunities in Anchorage
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HOST: Teeka Ballas, independent journalist
- Tracey Burke, UAA Center Faculty member for Community Engagement and Learning. Commissioner with Serve Alaska
- Sue Brogan, United Way Anchorage, Vice President of Community Engagement
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LIVE: Wednesday, September 8, 2010 at 2:00 p.m.
REPEAT: Wednesday, September 8, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.
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