Eastbluff Community Service

So many helpers, so little time! If your student and family would like to help others in our community but just can’t find the right time or the right fit, we have you covered!
The PTA is excited to announce a new initiative aimed at offering students and their families a different opportunity each quarter to get together and help out in our community through Eastbluff Community Service.

Eastbluff Community Service strives to organize community service events for all students TK-6th grade and their families through partnerships with a variety of local service organizations including senior living centers, food banks, and environmental groups.  See below for details about upcoming events and how to sign up. Space is limited so don’t delay!

If you would like to join the Eastbluff Community Service planning committee or help organize an event, please contact Catherine Delle Donne at 312-802-9867 or Catdd@live.com. Thank you!

One OC MLK National Service Day: January 20th

Join us to help make a difference as we partner with One OC to support one of their National Days of Service on Martin Luther King Day, January 20th.  Held at the OC Food Bank in Garden Grove Eastbluff families will work together with other families in the community to package food boxes and supplies for seniors in need. 

Please note there are two time slots, each with limited availability. Please carefully select the Sign-Up Genius for the time you prefer. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there! All children attending must be age 5 or older

Please click here to be redirected to the Sign-Up Genius for this event.

Earth Day Back Bay Clean-Up: Sunday April 19th 10am-12pm

Calling all nature buffs! If helping our planet is your passion then join Eastbluff Community Service in partnership with Project Grow California on Sunday April 19th for a guided clean up and educational event at the Back Bay Science Center’s restoration site. 

Stations will be set up for families to rotate through. These will include working in the native plant nursery, helping to plant in the restoration site and also remove invasive plants, as well as getting to check out the tide pool touch tanks in the Science Center.    There is a fee of $10 per family to Project Grow to cover staff and supplies. Please use the Sign-Up Genius link below to register and we hope to see you there! All children attending must be age 5 or older.

Please click here to be redirected to the Sign-Up Genius for this event.

Once you have signed up for a volunteer spot, please review and sign the participation waiver here.