Do you want to give back to the local Fairfield community by assisting older adults through random acts of kindness? Come join us this Spring (during the week of Earth Day) at the twice a year RASKALS event!
Client Form - Client Form Spring RASKALS 2020
All client forms are due to the Parks Department no later than Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Client forms received after April 7 WILL NOT be accepted due to the need to match teams with clients.
Team Form - Team Form Spring RASKALS 2020
Individual Form - Individual Form Spring RASKALS 2020
All team or Individual forms due to the Parks Department no later than Monday, April 13, 2020, in order to guarantee t-shirt orders.
Random Acts of Simple Kindness Affecting Local Seniors (RASKALS) began in West Chester in 1996 when 11-year-old Emily Weber sent a letter to the township administrator searching for a project that would help her community.
That initial desire evolved into what has become a twice-a-year event. Spring cleanup is the Saturday closest to Earth Day and Fall cleanup is the first Saturday in November.
RASKALS volunteers have included families, youth organizations, government classes, church groups, older adults and just good neighbors. We always have room for volunteers.
The purpose of the RASKALS project is to help older adults through random acts of kindness.
- Raking leaves
- Weeding flower beds
- Picking up twigs and sticks
- Washing first floor windows
- Sweeping sidewalks
- Trimming bushes and shrubs
Volunteer to help out senior citizens right here in the City of Fairfield.