CEED Volunteers Help Us Grow!
We need you! CEED represents a shared commitment to create a new community resource for outdoor life, nature education, and environmental stewardship in Brookhaven. We operate on a tight budget, with the equivalent of just two full time employees. Without amazing, dedicated volunteers there’s no way CEED could continue to grow.
On the second Saturday of every month, we hold Volunteer Day, when friends come from near and far to get their hands dirty, and clear trails, plant gardens, remove invasive plants, spruce up the Washington Lodge, and support CEED in a hundred other ways.
We also have volunteers who help with fundraising events, grant writing, social media, and so much more. If you have a talent or time to give, please email us at email@example.com for more information. We’d love to welcome you to the CEED family!
And on Volunteer Day Nov. 14, please join us for Fall Cleanup and planting for spring. Help make CEED beautiful and keep us growing in our mission to connect people to the natural world. Thank you!
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