The Michael Hoefflin Foundation is moving offices in mid-July and is in need of people to help assist with the move.
We will have to move all items in our current office to the new office building. This job could involve heavy lifting (boxes, furniture, and some shelving).
We will be moving on Thursday, July 18, from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., and Friday, July 19, from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. If needed, we may move the last of our items on Saturday, July 20.
If you are able to help, please follow the link below and sign up! Invite your friends to help you! Do you know a teenager who needs service hours? A sports team who may be willing to help? It is not necessary to commit to the full 6 hours, as much time as you have to give is appreciated!
Loading will take place at the current MHF Office:
26470 Ruether Ave, Unit #101, Santa Clarita, 91350.
Unloading will take place at the new MHF Office:
26027 Huntington Lane, Unit F, Santa Clarita, 91355.
Some volunteers will be stationed at the Ruether Avenue office, and some will remain at the Huntington Lane office, others with transportation may go with a load to help unload. All volunteers will need to provide their own transportation. If you have a truck and would be willing to help us transport items to the new office, please let us know.
Everlasting BBQ is providing lunch – BBQ Chicken & Mac-N-Cheese
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Volunteer Coordinator Natalie Slater at email@example.com or our Office Manager, Shaunie LeBouef firstname.lastname@example.org
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