Hundreds of volunteers participate in Serve Noblesville initiative

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NOBLESVILLE, Ind.- Serve Noblesville gets underway on Wednesday, June 22.

It’s an effort that draws more than 1,000 volunteers to help with 50 different service projects. Organizers say the program aims to “connect compassionate neighbors.” About 1,100 people will take part in the various service projects between June 22 and June 25.

One group will be collecting unwanted items from storage units in the community, another is focusing on home beautification/renovation projects, and volunteers will also make repairs to a local nonprofit.

“We believe the community is stronger when the neighbors are connected, when they’re united, when they know one another. And when they’re serving one another,” said Patrick Propst, chairman of Serve Noblesville.

Online registration is closed, but you can still sign up in-person at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds.

If you’re interested come to fairgrounds at 8 a.m. during one of the four days of service and a volunteer coordinator will help you find a project.

Click here for a description of the Serve Noblesville projects.