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KidsMatter annual Volunteer Fair is set for Tues., Sept. 19

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Above / Event will feature volunteer needs of 25 area nonprofit organizations at Fort Hill Activity Center, 20 Fort Hill Drive.

It’s that time again! From 5 to 7PM on Tues., Sept. 19, 2023, community members, youth and families are cordially invited to attend KidsMatter’s 20th Annual Volunteer Fair to learn about ways to help out in the local community.

This free annual event is intended to familiarize kids, teens, and adults with the many current and active volunteer needs of various area nonprofit organizations.

The event again will be held at the Fort Hill Activity Center Multi-Purpose Rooms, located at 20 Fort Hill Drive.

According to Nina Menis, CEO and Executive Director of KidsMatter, “Youth and adults are empowered when they have the opportunity to volunteer and be of service to others. Research has proven that we all benefit from giving back to our community – with improved health, confidence and disposition.”

Menis continued, “There are so many needs in our community, and this is a great event to not only learn about various nonprofit organizations but to identify volunteer needs that interest you most. Matching needs with willing community members is a win-win for everyone! And each person can make a huge difference!”

KidsMatter looks forward to seeing many attendees at the 20th Annual Volunteer Fair on Tues., Sept. 19.

Area nonprofit organizations interested in participating should contact Sherilyn Hebel at sherilyn@kidsmatter2us.org for more information and possible last-minute availability. To learn more about KidsMatter, visit kidsmatter2us.org.

“We’re grateful for the support of the Naperville Park District and for the funding from the City of Naperville’s Social Service Grant Program and other key partners,” Menis added.

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