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NeuroRestorative participates in The MENTOR Network’s 6th Annual National Volunteer Day

On Saturday, April 28, NeuroRestorative participated in The MENTOR Network’s sixth annual national Volunteer Day. This event featured more than 2,000 volunteers completing 80 service projects across the country. This year’s volunteers included employees in 34 states as well as individuals served, families, friends and foster parents of The Network.

“I would like to thank everyone who helped make our sixth national Volunteer Day a success,” said Bruce Nardella, President and CEO of The MENTOR Network. “The Network was founded by people who believed that strong communities enable people of all abilities to thrive. Year after year, it is inspiring to see so many who share that belief coming together to lend a hand.”

As in the past, this year’s participants embraced Volunteer Day with a passion to clean up, beautify and make a difference in their home communities. Projects included:

  • Sorting donations at food banks
  • Lending a hand at shelters for those experiencing homelessness
  • Serving meals to people in need
  • Filling backpacks with food for youth at risk
  • Cleaning up and assisting customers at non-profit thrift stores
  • Preparing community gardens for spring planting
  • Cleaning up at parks