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The importance of giving back to the community we all love cannot be stressed enough. If you have volunteer ideas for our students and families to add to the calendar, please let us know.

clean up day1California Coastal Cleanup Day

Saturday, September 16
9:00-noon

Calling all Mt Everest Families! Come join us for our first service to the community this school year on Saturday, September 16th from 9-noon. Can't make it the whole time? No problem-come when you can! We will be cleaning up in our school area to serve the community of Clairemont as part of the 33rd Annual California Coastal Clean Up Day with I Love a Clean San Diego! We will be in Clairemont in the area of Oglala Creek. (Clairemont Mesa Blvd to Lakehurst Ave. Meet at the trailhead at Lakehurst Avenue.) Please sign this attached waiver as that is necessary to participate in the cleanup. Also, please let me know you are coming at bmulvany@sandi.net so I can look for you on Saturday morning! Thank you and help us keep San Diego beautiful!

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Creek to Bay Cleanup

Saturday, April 23
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tecolote Canyon in Clairemont

Join Mt. Everest Academy families as we give back to our San Diego community as part of our service learning calendar. On April 23 we are joining I Love A Clean San Diego for their annual Creek to Bay Cleanup at Tecolote Canyon in Clairemont. All ages are welcome to participate in this family friendly event.

From this link, click on ZONE 3 and scroll down to "Clairemont - Tecolote Canyon" - http://www.creektobay.org/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrapper&Itemid=2

Bring: water bottle, bucket to collect trash, and gardening or work gloves. Wear your MEA shirt to this event if you have one!

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Sock/Underwear Drive for TACO

March 7- 25
Bin: In front of the Library

TACO (Third Avenue Charitable Organization) is an amazing organization serving the homeless here in San Diego. Many of our homeless are mentally ill, veterans of the armed services and others living on the streets. A sock (new mens white socks to the knee please) and underwear (new, all sizes, men and women) drive would help out so very much as the weather this year has been cold and wet. Please consider donating outside of the library. We will be collecting for the month of March - as the wind whips and the rain comes down, remember those who are outside in the weather!

Link to TACO website: http://tacosd.org/about.html
Any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Barb Mulvany at bmulvany@cox.net or (480) 282 7731.

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feeding americaFeeding America

Thursday, February 11
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Feeding America Distribution Center

The information is the same as for the November 11, 2015 shift. Please bring the paper waiver noted below.

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Feeding America

Wednesday, November 11
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Feeding America Distribution Center

A volunteer shift has been set up for MEA families that would like to participate in our service learning opportunity at Feeding America San Diego. Join us to help sort, inspect, and pack food to be distributed to people in need!

There are currently 1 in 5 children facing hunger in San Diego. Volunteers help make it possible for Feeding America San Diego to feed 60,000 children, families and seniors weekly throughout this community. http://feedingamericasd.org

All volunteers are required to bring a paper waiver (click for waiver) with a parent signature for anyone under 18 years.

Special note for groups expecting minors:

  • Volunteers must be 6 and older to volunteer at our Distribution Center.
  • We require 1 adult volunteer per 5 volunteers ages 6-13 and 1 per 10 volunteers 14-16.
On the day of your event:
  • All volunteers must wear closed toed shoes in order to work in the Distribution Center. Sneakers are great!
  • Arrive at 9455 Waples Street, Suite 135 San Diego, CA 92121.
  • Sign in, complete a name tag, and drop off paper waiver.
  • Wait in the Volunteer Center for your Volunteer Event to begin.
  • Tours will be given to small groups of 10-40 volunteers at a time, depending on the size of the group. Each group will end their tour at the location of their volunteer task.
  • Make an impact! Bring a donation of perishable food like low-sodium can fruits, vegetables, beans or soup.

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med food mamas pantryFood Drive for Mama's Pantry

Friday, October 2 - Tuesday, November 17

Bins: Front Office / Library / Room 10

Mama's Pantry, a program of Mama's Kitchen, provides a nutritional shopping opportunity at no cost for men, women, and children of San Diego County affected by HIV/AIDS. You can help by purchasing one or more items from their wish list, and depositing food in the large bins that will be on campus from Friday, October 2 thru Tuesday, November 17.

Click for Wish List

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med Coastal clean up

I Love A Clean San Diego's Adopt-A-Beach

Saturday, Sept. 19
9:00 am - noon
Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach

Mt. Everest Academy has committed to three beach clean-ups this year. Join us for our first International Coastal Clean Up Day from 9-noon. Wear your MEA T'shirts if you have them! http://www.cleanupday.org/ Click for flyer

Thank you to all of you that came out to help keep San Diego beaches clean!

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