The Public Power Day of Giving is a community service opportunity for attendees of APPA’s 2015 National Conference and guests. The 8th annual Public Power Day of Giving is on Friday, June 5, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Join APPA staff and your colleagues across the country to serve with one of three local service organizations for a day.
Feed My Starving Children: Hand pack meals that are shipped out to feed malnourished children in nearly 70 countries.
Minneapolis Parks: Plant, weed, and help with gardening projects in Minneapolis’ Lyndale Park Gardens on the shore of Lake Harriet.
Tubman: Paint, garden, and spruce up facilities at Tubman, an organization serving women, children, and families struggling with relationship violence, substance abuse, and mental health challenges.
Volunteers must sign up online before May 15. Registering for the National Conference does not automatically sign you up for the Day of Giving. You must sign up separately.
All APPA National Conference attendees and guests are all welcome to participate in the Day of Giving. Unskilled volunteers are welcome and tools and materials are provided.
The APPA National Conference helps utility leaders connect with partners and peers while learning about the complex issues facing public power utilities. The program features leading political, economic, business and public policy thinkers addressing the critical issues shaping our industry’s future.