Redlands Just Serve
Community Day of Service

On Saturday, April 30, 2016, citizens of Redlands came together to beautify our community and we want to say thank you to everyone for their help!!

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On April 25, 2015, over 1,000 volunteers from Redlands and surrounding communities came together to beautify Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery and Community Fields. Grave markers were swept and cleaned, gates were painted, roofs were repaired, and a Veteran's Memorial Hill was improved at Memorial Park. A few miles away at the baseball fields, bleachers were installed and old fixtures and backboards were repaired and painted. Volunteers of all ages came together to perform thousands of hours to make our town a better place. It was amazing!

This year in 2016 volunteers will perform service at 9 locations: Heritage Park, Redlands Historical Society Museum (formally the Daily Facts building), Prospect Park, Avis Meeker Sewall Theater, Texonia Park, Ramona Street railing, Smiley Library, Redlands Bowl, and Montero House. Volunteers should check in at each location, and bring gloves and a tool. Lunch will be provided free for all volunteers, and will be served at Heritage Park following completion of the projects. Projects are perfect for families, service clubs, and individuals just wanting to make a difference.

2016 Redlands Community Day of Service

Take a look at what we did this year.


Redlands Helping Hands

  • 2010

    Our Humble Beginnings

    The Redlands Service Club Council is a unique group of individuals and organizations whose purpose is to improve the quality of life in the Redlands Community through service. In 2010 the Service Club Council combined efforts with the LDS Mormon Helping Hands, a service group of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to plan and accomplish the first large scale Helping Hands Community Day of Service in Redlands.

  • You Are Invited

    Since then, it has become tradition to invite the community on the last Saturday in April to put on work gloves and get out and serve. Past projects have beautified parks, served Veterans, improved schools, and preserved history.

  • Will you
    with us?


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