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2018 Volunteer Leadership Summit

Date: Saturday, October 27, 2018

The Summit brings together volunteers from across CPDC communities to engage in a day of learning, sharing, and growing through interactive workshops. These workshops range in topic from planning a service event to applying volunteer experience to a career search or advancement to resolving conflict with peer volunteers. These workshops are an opportunity for resident volunteers to further their knowledge around service, meet fellow volunteers to share and learn, and to be inspired to become volunteer leaders in their community. 

CPDC is currently seeking workshop facilitators to share their expertise on variety of topics.  If you would be interested in doing a workshop at this event, please check out the proposed workshop list and complete our workshop proposal form by Sept 14, 2018

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Past Event: May KaBOOM! Playground Build at Park Montgomery   

On May 23, CPDC, the J Williard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation, and the Marriott International, in partnerships with KaBOOM!, built an amazing playground! Over 200 volunteers came out to build this kid-designed, community supported playground for the Park Montgomery residents in Silver Spring, MD. 

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Past Event: Arbor View Summer Garden Refresh

Arbor View has been growing food in their community garden for the last three years. This past summer, with the support of the UDC Agricultural team and 20 volunteers, Arbor View added three new garden beds to increase the amount of fresh produce, ensuring the community has access to health food options.