Volunteer – 100 Hours Honoring 100 Years Program

As the City of El Cajon celebrates the Centennial Year and reflects on  our rich City History, it is important to recognize that it is the people who make El Cajon the Valley of Opportunity, specifically, our volunteers.

The 100 Hours Honoring 100 Years Program has been developed to provide an opportunity for El Cajon residents, and others involved in the community, to be recognized for their service in honor of El Cajon’s Centennial. With a population over 100,000, there are countless groups and individuals who dedicate their time to better the community and truly enhance the quality of life for all.

From checking on a homebound person periodically to ensure their welfare, to coordinating your neighborhood watch to protect community members, to spending time at the local animal shelter caring for abandoned animals, to walking through the community picking up litter, to reading to school children at the local library, to interacting with residents at a senior center, there are so many opportunities to volunteer in El Cajon.

Local organizations and groups are always looking for dedicated, caring individuals who want to make a difference in the community.

Through the 100 Hours Honoring 100 Years Volunteer Program, the City will recognize the volunteer service performed in the El Cajon Community during the Centennial year (November 12, 2012, through November 12, 2013).

All are invited to participate, whether as an individual, or in a group on behalf of an organization, community group, or business.

Completed forms will be accepted throughout the year; however, all forms must be completed and delivered, or post-marked, by December 10, 2013. For more information, contact the City of El Cajon at (619) 441-5549.

Please hand-deliver or mail completed forms to:

Centennial Celebration – 100 Hours
El Cajon City Manager’s Office
200 Civic Center Way
El Cajon, CA 92020