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Henderson Neighborhood News, Sept. 10-16

WINDERMERE SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE DAY

Windermere Real Estate is accepting applications from organizations that wish to benefit from the company’s volunteer efforts.

Each year, the company’s Southern Nevada offices participate in Community Service Day on Oct. 18.

Nonprofits and philanthropic organizations can apply to receive a day of volunteer work from employees.

The project must be large enough to accommodate 40 to 80 volunteers between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

For more information, visit windermerelasvegas.com/community-service-day.

HENDERSON MATCHES VOLUNTEERS WITH OPPORTUNITIES

Henderson residents seeking to volunteer are encouraged to check out the city of Henderson’s Volunteer Partnership Program.

The program matches people and groups with opportunities to serve by matching skills and interests to various needs.

The database lists hundreds of volunteers registered in categories ranging from clerical work to cleanups.

Groups or people in need of volunteers can register projects online.

For more information, call 702-267-2000 or visit cityofhenderson.com/neighborhood_services/volunteer_partnership_program.php.

TOWING COMPANY SEEKS DONATED VEHICLES TO ASSIST VETERANS

Las Vegas-based Titan Towing announced the launch of a program to pick up unwanted vehicles from anywhere in the valley for free and donate the fair market value of the vehicle to Veterans Village Las Vegas.

Veterans Village, 1150 Las Vegas Blvd. South, serves as a temporary housing facility for U.S. veterans and their families and provides services to help veterans heal and succeed.

Titan Towing will accept running and nonrunning vehicles.

To donate a vehicle, call Titan Towing at 702-985-8411. For more information about Veterans Village, visit vvlv.org or call 702-624-5792.

UNITED WAY ACCEPTS CHECK FOR $60,000

Citi recently presented United Way of Southern Nevada with a check for $60,000 to help fund its initiatives. Las Vegas Healthy Communities Coalition, anchored by the United Way of Southern Nevada, will also gain from the donation.

PROGRAMS TO OFFER INFORMATION FOR CAREGIVERS

The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, 888 W. Bonneville Avenue, announced its September schedule for caregiver programming.

All programs are designed for family members and professional caregivers. The next event is Strategies to Cope with Difficult Behaviors, planned from noon to 1 p.m. Sept. 11.

All educational programs are free. Visit keepmemoryalive.org or contact Susan Solorzano at 702-483-6055 or solorz@ccf.org

DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY SERVICES LOOKING FOR COMMUNITY SPONSORS

The Clark County Department of Family Services is looking for community sponsors to help build a safe, stable and nurturing environment for foster children. Residents and businesses can volunteer to mentor or tutor a child, sponsor a child’s Christmas presents or birthday, donate school supplies or become a court-appointed special advocate. For more information, visit clarkcountynv.gov.

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