9th Annual GO PC
September 28, 2024



Volunteers Building Community, One Project at a Time.

Most of us have a built-in desire to be a part of something bigger than ourselves and to make a real difference, especially when working alongside other volunteers. Go Pulaski County’s motto is “Volunteers Building Community, One Project at a Time.” During a one-day county-wide service event, volunteers of all ages and skills have the opportunity to pitch in on one of a dozen or more projects. At the end of the day, we have contributed to the building up of our community – making a positive difference through the services performed and making new bonds of friendship through service.

We hope you will explore our pages to see if there is a project idea you can submit, or if you wish to volunteer, or simply enjoy the photo gallery of Volunteers Building Community!

You’ve got questions, we got answers…

What is Go Pulaski County?

GO Pulaski County (GO PC) is an annual single day service event when volunteers of all ages come together to serve on one of numerous work projects across Pulaski County that benefit individuals/families, local schools, community centers, libraries, parks, neighborhoods, etc. in an effort to build a sense of community and to be a part of something bigger than ourselves.

When is Go Pulaski County Happening?

Saturday, September 28, 2024 – Our 9th Year! Projects run from 9am – 3pm (ending time varies on project).

Where does GO PC Happen?

All around the county!

What happens on the day of Go Pulaski County?

We begin the day at a central “hub” location (TBD) at 8:00am to get registered, enjoy light refreshments, pick up a snack bag, meet your teammates on your project, and receive some basic instructions. After our sending prayer, each team heads to their particular project location to begin the service project. Length of time at each site will vary depending on the nature of the work to be done, but we are usually finished anywhere from noon – 3:00 pm. If your project will extend beyond noon, we will furnish lunch. Cool drinks such as water and Gatorade are also provided regardless of the duration of the project – thanks to our donor, Gatorade in Wytheville!

Who can be a part of Go Pulaski County?

All ages are welcome. Children under 12 years of age must be supervised by a parent or guardian.

How do I Volunteer for Go Pulaski County?

  • Click our “Volunteer Today” button anytime between July 1 and September 1, 2024, and complete the registration form.
  • Once you complete the form, you will receive a confirmation email.
  • Our volunteer coordinators will assign you to a work project based on the information you provide us regarding your area of interest, skill sets, etc.
  • You will be contacted by a member of our Volunteer Coordination Team and your project leader 7-10 days before the event with details about your project location and the nature of the project, as well as any special clothing, additional gear, or tools you might be asked to bring with you.

How do you choose the projects for Go Pulaski County?

Our Project Leadership Team works throughout most of the year to identify viable service projects for our volunteer teams. Part of this process can include YOU! If you have any ideas for work projects, we would love to hear from you! Just click the “Submit Project Idea” button below. Your idea will be reviewed by our Project Leadership Team. Should your project be one we wish to pursue further, you will be contacted by our project team and requested to fill out a project specification sheet to determine the various details regarding the proposed project (i.e. number of volunteers, tools, resources, funds needed to complete the project, etc.).

Do I need to bring anything to Go Pulaski County?

Generally speaking, work/garden gloves, personal water bottle, appropriate shoes, sunscreen, and a spirit of fun and goodwill! (If any other items are needed for the project to which you are assigned, we will let you know in advance!)

Volunteers Building Community,

One Project at a Time.


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