Create the Change Day Bay Area 2019 | Mountain View
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Computer History Museum | 1401 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Kids, teens and families are invited to join Project Giving Kids for our third annual Create the Change Day Bay Area on Sunday, October 13th from 2 pm to 4 pm at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View.
Join for an afternoon of hands-on service curated especially for youth and families. We will be assembling hygiene kits for people in need, crafting no-sew blankets for shelter animals, decorating lunch bags for hungry neighbors, writing notes of encouragement, and much more. Whether age 3, 13, or 30, help us spread messages of hope and leave with a lot of ideas for how you can #CreateTheChange every day in your own backyard.
There will also be music, snacks, raffle prizes, and other fun you don’t want to miss. Projects will benefit local nonprofits including Ecumenical Hunger Program, Hope’s Corner, Town Cats, EAH Housing, and more.
HOSTED BY: Mike Inouye of NBC Bay Area
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a minimum age limit to enter the event? We encourage young families as well as teens to join in the fun. Most projects are suitable for ages 3+, although some adult facilitation will be required for those on the younger side. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Waivers are required for all participants, and must be signed off on by a parent or guardian for those under age 18. The waiver form is integrated into the ticketing process.
Do I need a ticket to enter the event? Yes. All participants need to have an individual ticket or be a part of a family ticket. This helps with our planning, including project estimation and supplies, and helps support PGK, the 501 (c)(3) public charity organizing and hosting this event. PGK wants ALL kids, teens and families who want to make a difference to join us to #CreateTheChange! If the ticket donation amount is a concern, just email us at email@example.com and we’ll provide you with a code so you can secure your ticket(s) at no cost.
Do I need to print my ticket(s) in advance? No. We are “going green” and will simply be checking registered participants in by name and/or scanning digital tickets at check-in to streamline the process. Simply have your auto-generated tickets ready on your phone at check-in.
What are my parking options at the event? There is free parking in front of the museum.
What can I bring to the event? Bringing something to the event is not required, but if you want to add to the impact of the day (and earn an extra raffle ticket), we will be collecting items for some of our nonprofit partners at the event to assist them in their work. Participants are invited to bring any of the following on 10/13:
- New athletic shoes or casual sneakers (sizes: girls: 1-4.5; boys: 1-5.5; womens: 5-9; mens: 6-10) – to benefit My New Red Shoes
- Nonperishable food donation