Other Volunteer Opportunities
YOU CAN ALSO VOLUNTEER IN THESE WAYS...
Organize Friends and Family to Participate
Organize a coloring activity and mail the drawings to us.
Family - siblings, cousins, aunts and uncles can all join in the fun of spreading smiles. Vacations, sleepovers, babysitting activities, holiday gatherings, power outages, are all ideal times to color.
Leadership - organizational and leadership skills are required to get other people to color for you. Color A Smile can be used for scouting award projects, Confirmation, Bar - Bat Mitvah, and many volunteer projects for people of all ages.
Corporate - Color A Smile can be used as an “ice-breaker” at corporate meetings and retreats. Put a group of adults at a table with crayons and paper, tell them they are coloring for a good cause, and watch how quickly they will be talking to each other and sharing stories.
Spread The Word
Spread the word to newspapers, magazines and professionl groups.
Print Media - use our Electronic Press Kit and get your local newspapers and magazines to print an article about Color A Smile. If you work for an employer with a Company Newsletter, see if you can get us a "mention."
Professional Groups – (Rotary, Kiwanis, K of C, etc.) share our information with any professional business groups where you are a member. Your colleagues will appreciate the chance to hear of an organization that is open to everyone, and can be used in many different settings.
Inform Military Support Groups About Our Program
Help us find more ways to send our cheerful drawings to our troops overseas.
If you know of any group that is preparing “Care” packages for our troops, tell them about Color A Smile. If they contact us we will send them drawings to include in their packages. The troops love to get our drawings along with other goodies from home.