Where to Help: 10/4

Here’s a list of places you can get involved on Tuesday October 4.

Help Needed (ongoing): Statewide

Help Needed: Marshfield

Help Needed: Sharon

Help Needed: Rutland

Help Needed: Stockbridge

Help Needed: Londonderry and Jamaica

Help Needed: Townsend

Help Needed: Brattleboro

Help Needed: Stockbridge

Other Ways to Help

Work in an office where you can’t take a day? Consider organizing an office collection to raise money for an affected community or helping meet the needs of someone who has posted on our Exchange.

Here’s the link to items needed from the Exchange: http://vtexchange.org/needed

Here’s the list of towns with individual funds.

There are also lots of benefits around that are fun ways to give back. Here’s one for fashionistas and one for foodies. More of the rugged type? Here’s an Irene style triathlon worth trying out.

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2 Responses to Where to Help: 10/4

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  2. Hi vtresponse.com,

    Thanks for all that you have done. My wife and I have consulted your website every time we had the ability to rally friends together and venture out into the state and volunteer, and it was very helpful directing us to West Hartford, Plymouth, Bridgewater, Bethel and Springfield. Our experiences led us to create a website where victims and volunteers can share their stories and pictures, with the goal of keeping the need for volunteers and donations alive in the hearts and minds of the public. The site is:


    This is a volunteer effort, created and hosted at our expense. People can post stories and pictures. During our volunteer effort last weekend in Bethel, we handed out flyers about the site in Bethel, and then in Rochester as we headed north back to Burlington. We will continue to hand out more flyers, as we did today at the AmeriCorps launch in Montpelier, to help spread the word that there is a place people can share their experiences. If you can also list the site that would be helpful.

    Thanks again for all you’ve done.
    Brad Pettengill

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