LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Are you looking to get better plugged into Greater Lafayette? You can meet with more than 60 nonprofit organizations at the 2019 Leadership Lafayette Volunteer Expo Thursday.
It's a one-stop shop if you are looking to give of your time and talents through volunteering. Volunteer Expo Marketing Chair Hector Avila says you can see different aspects of the community through volunteering.
"The fulfillment of giving back is truly what this is all about," said Avilia. "Giving back to Lafayette, giving back to the area and contribuing to our community."
Leadership Lafayette is a year-long community leadership development program. The current class has more than 55 members from all corners of Greater Lafayette.
The Volunteer Expo is Thursday from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. at Carnahan Hall. It's free to attend. Food will be provided by the Farm at Prophetstown.
- Looking to volunteer? Check out Thursday's Leadership Lafayette Volunteer Expo
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