Thank you for volunteering with Paint the Town, a program of Give Back Cincinnati, on Saturday, June 11. We will be painting the homes of 31 families throughout Madisonville. It will take each and every one of you for us to complete the amazing feat of completing 31 houses in a single day.
Agenda for Paint the Town
- 7:45am to 8:30am | Registration and breakfast
- 8:30am | Announcements
- 8:45am | Volunteers dismissed to buses
- 4pm | Painting concludes
- Don’t forget to join our after party once you finish painting
Regardless of the forecast, please plan on showing up for registration. Any changes due to weather will be determined at registration.
Non-painting Volunteer Roles
Parking Direction | 7am to 9am
Lunch Delivery | 11:30am to 2pm
After Party Set-up | 10am to 2pm
After Party | 2pm to 6 pm
After Party Clean-up | 6pm to 9pm
Supply Return | 2pm to 5:30pm & 4:30pm to 7pm
Breakfast & Lunch
What to Bring
Wear clothes you aren’t afraid to get a little dirty; t-shirts will be provided for all volunteers. Your shoes should be sturdy with closed toes (no flip-flops) and don’t forget to apply sunscreen and maybe even some bug spray! You may want to bring a hat/sunglasses, but leave your valuables at home.
After a hard day of work, please join us for our after party! This will take place outside of Medpace (registration location). There will be music, hot dogs, hamburgers, mac and cheese, snacks, and (of course) beer. Remember, we will ID everyone drinking. Each volunteer will receive two food tickets and two beer tickets. Additional beers can be purchased for $2.
What is Paint the Town?
Paint the Town is a program within Give Back Cincinnati, a local nonprofit. The annual event paints the exterior of approximately 40 homes in a single day, thanks to corporate sponsors that provide funding and nearly 1,200 volunteers who provide labor.
Madisonville has been selected for Paint the Town 2016! This will be the second time Madisonville has hosted the event, which last took place here in 2005.
This event has painted nearly 500 homes in 15 years, accumulating nearly 80,000 volunteer hours. Since its inception in 2001, Paint the Town has taken place in the following communities: Columbia Tusculum, Price Hill, Northside, Madisonville, Carthage & Hartwell, College Hill, Covington, Evanston & Avondale, Bellevue & Dayton, Cheviot, Norwood, Latonia and Westwood.