Saturday April 13, 2019
Mark your calendars for Love Lodi 2019! Thank you for another successful Love Lodi day! In 2018 over 1,300 volunteers completed 68 community service projects! We completed projects for 12 non-profit organizations, area parks, local schools, and the city of Lodi. We hosted parties at residential care facilities, visited shut-ins, and helped veterans. All this was made possible by our volunteers, the support of our community, our business partners and our sponsors.
We would like to give a big thank you to Blue Shield of California, this year's event sponsor, for making Love Lodi 2018 possible. We would also like to thank First Baptist Church, Anthem United Homes, Adventist Heath, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Vineyard Christian Middle School, Harney Lane Winery, Lodi Christian School, Emmanuel Lutheral, Lodi Sunrise Rotary, Dave Nugent Insurance, and Zeiter Eye.
In addition to our sponsors we would like to thank our business partners: Waste Management, Valley Outdoor Signs, Oak Farm Vineyards, A&W, Starbucks, The Lodi Hispanic Chamber, and Fenix. All of our business partners donated goods or services to make Love Lodi 2018 a success!
We are looking forward to Love Lodi 2019. The planning for next year's event will begin in September 2018, so check back in the fall to see what new changes 2019 will bring!
Those intrested in sponsoring Love Lodi 2019 can do so on our Sponsorship page. Text
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF OUR ENTIRE COMMUNITY CAME TOGETHER TO LOVE Lodi?
2018 Love Lodi shirts were available for purchase this year at area churches and at the pre-project rally at Hutchins Street Square. The shirts for this year's event are now sold out! Look for us on Facebook this fall when we will vote on the 2019 t-shirt color. T-shirts for our next event will be available for purchase (at our cost) on March 1, 2019. By purchasing t-shirts, volunteers are allowing us to keep our event costs to a minimum so that sponsorship donations recieved can go to the supplies needed to complete the service projects.