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Welcome to CISV Jacksonville!

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Join CISV Jacksonville and meet volunteers coming from Austria, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Spain, Portugal, Sweden and the USA to work on issues related to sustainable development in Jacksonville. This program called International People’s Projects (IPP) is from July 15 to August 2, 2016.

JOIN US FOR 2 FREE EVENTS:

Camp Milton Jacksonville Baldwin Rail Trail Morning

Saturday, July 30 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
1225 Halsema Road N, Jacksonville, FL 32220
Join us for a variety of educational and fun activities that will make a difference (and provide service hours).
Activities include tree pruning/maintenance training and practice sessions, Civil War history with a costumed historian, funny tales from Joe Anderson (JEA forester), lunch and an optional bike ride on Jacksonville Baldwin Rail Trail
Bring gloves, pruners or loppers and a bike if you want to ride the trail. RSVP here

 

Farewell Reception

Sunday, July 31 6-8p
Jax Univ River House (2800 Univ Blvd North)
Hear how CISV Volunteers helped our community
RSVP here

Some of the organizations helped are:

  • Greenscape
  • National Park Service
  • Timucuan Preserve
  • Re-Threaded
  • Jacksonville Zoo
  • St. Johns Water Management District
  • Teacher Supply Depot

.We are a global community of dedicated volunteers, creating opportunities for all ages to experience cultural diversity through educational programs.

We are founded on a belief that peace is possible through friendship – and that the real difference can be made by starting with children.

Creating Peace. Growing Leaders. Having Fun.

 


NOTICE REGARDING TRANSPORTATION – CISV is not responsible for transportation to or from any CISV program, event or meeting hosted by our local chapter, or by chapter delegations. Parents are responsible for making personal arrangements for transportation for any member of their family participating in any local program, event or meeting.

NOTICE REGARDING ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION – CISV does not monitor the use of electronic communications by its volunteers, leaders, delegates, members, or others participating in CISV, its events, activities or the organization in any way. It is the responsibility of every member of CISV to report any discovery or suspicion of inappropriate electronic communications to the chapter risk manager or CISV USA’s National Risk Manager immediately.