Serve The City Geneva

After Partage

Many many thanks for such a great job on Saturday. The total results are not in yet but Serve the City did a great job at the five stores under our concern. We had about 45 volunteers during the day and, thanks to the generosity of the shoppers of Geneva, we collected a great deal of food for those less fortunate.
On the downside, we did have high number of no-shows for the various time slots. This puts a heavy burden on the ones who do come to help, on the organizers who have to try to fill empty slots and on the stores that have given time and space to feed the needy. If any of you feel you may fall into the no-show category as you cannot really commit, it might be better to remove yourself from the mailing list as STC is trying to serve with reliable dependable, consistency. Many thanks again. 

Many thanks to our volunteers at Voix Libres !

We then jump to Thursday 22 June for the first of our five days of sorting the 140 tons of food just collected.

On Saturday 24 June, we are looking for 4-5 gardeners to bit a clearing at the Ronald McDonald apartments..

Jumping to Wednesday 28 June, we are helping out at a party for disabled kids at the Clair Bois centre in Lancy.

A Painting party at a partner of the Salvation Army who could use some freshing up.. 28 June

We then have an outdoor conservation activity with A Rocha on Saturday 15 July.

We are also looking for help to set up other events for Nelson Mandela day in mid-July , and we have a couple of events in September. We could use help with a project leader for the annual Paddle for Cancer DragonBoat Festival, which will be taking place on the first weekend of September at the Lac de Joux Project Leader filled, but event very open, not to mention that STC has been asked to help serve 2000 lunches on Saturday 23 Sept at

Other projects will also be coming up so keep checking. We love to have you book early, but PLEASE, if things change and you can’t make it, do let us know! This is essential in order for us to make alternative arrangements and ensure that we can honour our commitments to our partners, and most importantly so that we don’t let the beneficiaries down.
Thank you and best regards