Make a Difference Day

This past year, volunteers allowed ARM to be  1 of 10 organizations nationally to be recognized for our participation in Make A Difference Day! We were awarded with a $10,000 grant and were able to meet Tony Danza. We are at it again in partnership with the Tuskegee Wesley Foundation!

It’s huge and one of the largest service days in the nation! We will sponsor a large day of home repair in Macon/Lee Counties on Oct. 26th. Churches, organizations, and individuals are welcome to serve with us. We will have 6-7 home repair sites that day so come ready to swing hammers, install floors, build meaningful relationships and much more! You may register by Oct. 17th by completing the form.

We will meet at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, 802 Bethel St. Tuskegee, AL. 36083, at 8:00 AM for breakfast and devotion. At 8:30 AM we will depart to various work sites across the community. Volunteers need to bring brown bag lunches, a water bottle, and work gloves. Tools and materials will be provided on the sites. We will have a lunch devotion at the site and the day will be complete by 4:00 PM. Churches and organizations are helping fund the projects. If you are an individual volunteer, we ask that you consider a $10 donation to help offset materials costs.

To register, complete the online form . We will email you with a confirmation. And if you have more questions, please let us know!

Registered Churches:

To see pictures from Make A Difference Day 2012

Make A Difference Day is the most encompassing national day of helping others — a celebration of neighbors helping neighbors. Everyone can participate. Created by USA WEEKEND Magazine, Make A Difference Day is an annual event that takes place on the fourth Saturday of every October. ARM hosts groups, churches, and individuals on this day who want to serve families in Lee and Macon county through home repair.

Promoting Make A Difference Day in your church or organization:

MADD Informational Flyer

Registration template

Make A Difference Day web site 







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