Contra Costa Crisis Center continues the important work of Corporate Caring Volunteer Week.
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For the last 53 years, the Contra Costa Crisis Center has provided support and safety net resources for individuals and families in Contra Costa.  This year, the Crisis Center will extend its safety net tradition to The Volunteer Center of the East Bay and support key projects to ensure that Corporate Caring Volunteer Week and other services remain available to the community.

Effective May 19, 2016, the Contra Costa Crisis Center will be the home of the Corporate Caring Volunteer Week 2016.  The process to sign-up for volunteers and non-profits remains the same.

Corporate Caring Volunteer Week, sponsored and led by Chevron (also known as Chevron Volunteer Week or Week of Caring), is an annual week of service where committed, high-quality corporate volunteers from Bay Area businesses are matched with local non-profits.  The Contra Costa Crisis Center is excited and honored to continue the tradition of service and volunteerism that Corporate Caring Week embodies.

Corporate Caring Volunteer Week 2016 will remain September 19-24, 2016.  Non-profits can submit a project for consideration via the website between May 18-June 15, 2016.

Updates regarding the Share the Spirit and Volunteer Listings will be announced by May 27, 2016.

For press inquiries contact Rhonda James at rhondaj@crisis-center.org or (510) 815-4538

For volunteer program inquiries, contact Dee Dee Robillard at CorporateCaringVolunteerWeek@crisis-center.org or (925) 939-1916