Day of Caring

Seventh Annual Day of Caring - May 3, 2017


The Day of Caring was introduced to the communities of Little Falls and Randall in 2011. In 2016 the annual event brought over 3,000 hours of community service to help the elderly and disabled population in the cities of Little Falls and Randall. Over 1100 volunteers helped clean up and rake 179 yards and nine community parks.

We are looking for seniors, homebound, and disabled individuals living within the city limits of Little Falls and Randall, as well as the villages of Flensburg and Sobieski who need assistance completing outdoor projects. Projects must be able to be completed within three hours. A team of students or adult volunteers will arrive at your home to help you on this “Day of Caring.” Projects may include:

  • Window washing (outdoors and ground floor only) • Raking yard
  • Clean-up gardens and/or flower beds
  • Other outdoor projects

Home owners are required to be at their home while the team of volunteers works on the project.

Register For the Day of Caring

Complete the registration form below and describe your project so volunteers know what needs to be done and how long it may take to finish the project. This information is needed to fulfill your request.

Day of Caring Registration

Volunteer or Partner with Us

Please partner with us and help make this 7th Annual Day of Caring a success. We invite you to join the volunteers representing high school students, staff, local businesses, and organizations to reach our goal of providing the communities of Little Falls and Randall, as well as the villages of Flensburg and Sobieski with over 3,000 volunteer service hours. As a Day of Caring partner, you can make a financial contribution (options are listed below), support the event with an “in-kind” donation (contact the school for more information), or volunteer on the day of the event.

Volunteer Registration

2016 Day of Caring

2016 Volunteers

  • Camp Ripley staff
  • Community members
  • City employees
  • Civic organizations
  • Little Falls Community High School students & staff

2016 T-Shirt Sponsors

2016 Volunteers received t-shirts sponsored by:

  • CHI St. Gabriel’s Health
  • FAB
  • IWCO Direct
  • Little Falls Lions
  • Minnesota Power
  • Spectrum Marketing Services
  • Stand Up 4 U Coalition

The 2016 Day of Caring Sponsors

Many businesses and individuals help support the Day of Caring:

A’viands Food & Services Management
A.T. The Black and White
Allison Zak, Chiropractor
Atomic Learning, Inc.
Brandl Motors
Burger King
Camp Ripley
Central Minnesota Credit Union
Century 21 New Horizons Realty Inc.
CHI St. Gabriel’s Health
City of Little Falls
City of Randall
Coborn’s Superstore
Contegrity Group, Inc.
Dairy Queen
Everyday Beautiful, LLC
Falls Ballroom, Inc.
Falls Court Dentists, P.A.
Fitness Connection
Flyer Athletic Boosters
Force, Phil & Mary Ann
Froggy’s Signs, Inc.
Gumdrop Tree
Highland Senior Living

Hilmerson Collision Center, Inc.
Horizon Health
Little Falls Chamber of Commerce
Little Falls Chiropractic Center
Little Falls Community Schools
Little Falls Fleet Supply Inc. & True Value
Little Falls Health Service – LF Care Center/Bridgeway Estates
Little Falls Lindbergh Lions
Little Falls Lions
Little Falls Machine, Inc.
Little Falls Radio
Little Falls Taekwondo, LLC
Live Better Live Longer
Living Hope Church
Lori Kush State Farm Insurance
Marco, Inc.
Marshik Insurance Agency
Mid Minnesota Federal Credit Union
Minnesota Power
Morrison County Public Health
Morrison County Record
Palmer Bus Company & Drivers

Pine Country Bank
Pine Grove Zoo
Premier Financial Resources, LLP
Quiet Waters Counseling
RTX Solutions LLC
Schilling, Pam
Schlenner Wenner & Company
Service Master of Little Falls
Spectrum Marketing Services
St. Otto’s Care Center
Stand Up 4 U Coalition
Sterns Electric Association
Strack Bus Company & Drivers
Taco Bell
The Royal Cafe
Thrive Vision Therapy
US Bank
Vacuum Cleaner Outlet & Service Center
Vision Cents Optical
Walmart Superstore
West Side Improvement Association
Wetzel Law Firm
Zion Lutheran Church