Be a Part of Something Really Big!
The Birmingham Hopewell Alliance is proud to join the efforts of the city-wide volunteer project to clean up Birmingham Park, 750 Hickory Flat Road, this Saturday, April 25 from 9 am to 4pm. This project, spearheaded by Milton Grows Green and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is part of two national clean-up programs, "The Great American Cleanup" and "Day of Service."Your help is need in this major park clean up, register to volunteer by contacting email@example.com. Among the projects scheduled are the clean up and repair of a house in the park, clearing fences from prior farming use, clearing fallen trees and limbs for chipping, mowing, clearing pastures, repairing Old Bullpen Road, and the clearing of a dump beside that road.Projects are available for all skill and fitness levels. Youth may participate with adult supervision at non-dangerous sites. Sign up to help for a few hours or the whole day, every volunteer makes a difference.
Every voice, every dollar and every volunteer makes all the difference!Helping to protect and plan for the future of this unique area has required the BHA's involvement in a variety of activities including transportation issues, proposed zoning amendments, and on-going monitoring of zonings already approved but not implemented, and more. Constant Attention Requires Commitment and Funding - Everyone Makes a Difference We ask for your membership and financial support. We are a fully volunteer organization and it is only through the generous donations and volunteer-time from our community that we have been successful. It takes time and money, but we all benefit directly from the results.Join or renew your membrship with BHA right now! Click here for online membership.We organize people, not just around issues, but around their values. The issues fade, and people lose interest in them. But what they really care about remains: Family, dignity, justice, and hope. We need power to protect what we value.
- Ernie Cortes, Community Organizer