NACECares Volunteer Day includes Bicycle Build Off

March 24, 2019

By Nell Lukosavich, NACE Senior Manager of Digital Media

NACE International’s third annual NACECares’ Volunteer Day takes place tomorrow, Sunday March 24, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dozens of volunteers will be building and donating bikes to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee at the Nashville Music City Center.Sign up during conference registration for a slot to join this exciting event!

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee offer neighbor-based centers designed solely for youth programs and activities that provide programs and activities to support kids’ academic success, character growth, and healthy lifestyles. Over 4,000 kids came to a Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee last year.

Don’t have time to participate in the Bicycle Build Off? You can still make a donation towards a bicycle when you register to attend CORROSION 2019.  

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