WKYC employees were among the 1500 volunteers that worked around Northeast Ohio today for Make a Difference Day.
Northeast Ohio will come alive with volunteerism on Saturday when more than 1,500 people show up for community service projects, as part of Make a Difference Day.
Cleveland State University students have participated in Make a Difference Day for more than a decade, and nearly 100 are expected to volunteer this year.
On Make a Difference Day, volunteers will fan out across the region to participate in a variety of outdoor clean-ups.
Students at Kirtland Elementary and Middle School have organized a school supply drive in order to support the Cleveland Kids in Need Resource Center.
There are more than a dozen different community service activities going on across Northeast Ohio for Make a Difference Day, Oct. 22.
October 22 is national Make a Difference Day and volunteering to help sort medical supplies with MedWish is one of seven different options for Northeast Ohioans who want to participate.