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Upcoming Events and Activities

Nebraska Diaper Bank Drive and Volunteer Diaper Wrapping Opportunity

Project Wee Care is collecting new and clean opened packages of diapers for our nominated families.  We anticipate about 100 of our 300 families will need diapers when they come to the Project Wee Care Holiday Event December 9.

You can bring your diapers to the Project Care Kick Off Event September 14, the Nebraska Diaper Bank wrapping November 15, or to the North Pole December 2-5 (Waters Edge Church, 19600 Harrison Street).

Annual Scholarship Golf Scramble

Monday, September 18, is the 20th Annual Scholarship Golf Scramble at beautiful Oak Hills Country Club. The shotgun start is scheduled for 11 AM at Oak Hills Country Club.  Register as a single golfer or a team.  Sponsorships are available.  Funds from the event support six scholarships to seniors from Millard South, Millard North, Millard West and Skutt High Schools.  Lunch, 18 holes of fun scramble golf, reception, and prizes are included in the registration.

Project Wee Care Kick Off Event Thursday, September 14

Thursday, September 14, 6 PM to 7:30 PM is the date and time.  The Kickoff event includes volunteers, supporters, sponsors, Millard Public School Personnel and special guests.  This is an opportunity to hear about the impact Project Wee Care has on nominated students and their families, learn about specific volunteer and support opportunities, meet the people involved in Project Wee Care, and enjoy  food from The Olive Garden.  The event is at our North Pole at Waters Edge Church, 19600 Harrison street.  We look forward to seeing you September 14.

We’re also Kicking off our Diaper Drive, bring new and opened (clean) diapers to Kickoff the Drive.

Please RSVP so we have enough food and chairs. Email to RSVP.

Sponsored by Oakview Mall and The Olive Garden

Project Wee Care North Pole Setup, Gift Intake, Decorating, & Gift Wrapping December 2-5

Volunteers will turn the North Pole into a winter wonderland. Activities include moving tables, decorating the North Pole, checking in gifts from Sponsors that purchased gifts for families, wrapping gifts, and preparing for the December 9 Family Event Day.

North Pole Family Event Day, December 9

Envision 300 plus families descending upon the North Pole (Waters Edge Church, 19600 Harrison street).  Families will experience support dogs, photo booth, Santa, crafts, kids picking out gifts for parents/guardians, and connections to important services (food, diapers, mental health, clothing,  beds, and more).  They will leave with food, gifts for all, diapers, and those ongoing connections.  50 to 60 volunteers are needed for each of the three shifts between 8:30 AM to 3 PM.