The 2019 East Valley Healthy Living Expo will be held on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 from 8:00am - 12:00pm at the Mesa Convention Center.
Are you 55+ and interested in learning more about how you can serve at a nonprofit agency in Mesa through the AmeriCorps program? Part-time positions run September 1, 2019 and run through August 31, 2020. Visit our Career Openings page to view open positions.
Learn about how you can change the life of someone in need.
Donate the gifts of your time and talents through volunteering!
You'd be surprised at how far we can stretch a dollar.
Help make Mesa a better community! Read on to find out how you can get involved.
The Guide is a monthly publication of East Valley Adult Resources. Check out the latest issue and learn about activities and offerings available at our two Active Adult Centers.
Hot, nutritious lunches are served at 11:30am daily (M-F) at both of our Active Adult Centers. View the current menus for meals served at both our Centers and through Meals on Wheels.
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America Recycles Day was on November 15, but it is important to respect the Earth throughout the year. Did you know that over 75 percent of waste is recyclable, but we only recycle about 30 percent? Also, if every American recycled just a tenth of newspapers, we could save 25 million trees each year. Extend kindness to greenify your household this holiday season. Here are a few ways to be environmentally responsible:
Find recycling bins—If you’re ready to start separating trash from recycling, then ask around where you could find recycling bins. In many local communities there are free recycling stations at schools or community centers. For more convenience, pay a small fee for a curbside pickup recycling service.
DIY crafts—There are many household items that could easily be transformed into gifts or decorations. Use wine bottle corks to create a nice door hanger, or use them to create a cork board; transform a t-shirt into a purse. Take the opportunity to DIY and recycle household items.
Donate clothes—Textiles is one of the biggest contributors to landfill waste. Every year, Americans create more than 14.3 million tons of textile waste that could easily be donated. Instead of throwing away a “useless” t-shirt, donate it to a homeless shelter.
Reduce the pantry—Thrown away food contributes to landfills, also. Many households discard good food because it doesn’t interest them or they forget to eat a perishable item. Reduce your pantry by donating canned food and limit your options so to maximize eating all perishables by their “best by” date.