Discover other opportunities in your city.

While there may not be an “official” project to lead in your city, there are certainly needs in your neighborhood and community. Find one on your own that the whole group can do on May 20.

If you need an idea where to look or how to help, check out some in the list below, or ask your Anywhere group these questions to get the ball rolling. The answers will help you develop a project that will be a perfect fit for your group.

• Who in your neighborhood has a need?

• What non-profit organization within your sphere of influence could use a blessing?

• What project types best suit your group’s ages and abilities? (gardening, party/event, organizing/cleaning, prayer, etc.)

Whatever you do, and however it goes, we want to hear about it! Share your story at

General Ideas

• Clean up a widow or single mom’s yard

• Plan a party for foster care children. Have free food and games.

• Minor car repairs for elderly, widows and/or single mom’s

• Kids host a free lemonade stand

• Landscaping/gardening at a local YMCA

• Organize/cleaning at a food pantry

Nursing Homes

• Landscape a flower garden and sitting area for resident

• Tea Party

• Help the residents complete care packages for foster kids

Special Needs/Youth Home

• Adopt a group home for the day and throw a party for the residents

• Build a wheelchair ramp for handicapped

• Organize a field day for a group youth home

Street Outreach

• Do a community trash clean up

• Host a “Block Party” with free food, games, music, etc. for families

• Renovate a run-down playground or park in the area

• Have a “Free Grass Cutting” day