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  1. Who is behind PMD?
  2. How do I participate in PMD Community service projects?
  3. Are PMD community service projects accessible by public transportation?
  4. How does PMD find projects?
  5. Are there any PMD projects during the holidays or late summer?
  6. My group wants to do a community service project. Can we participate in PMD projects?
  7. Why can't I signup my friends to volunteer with me?
  8. Why do I have to sign-up by project sign-up deadlines to participate in PMD projects?
  9. Why do I have to provide my address and cell phone number to sign-up for the email list and for each project?
  10. Why can't I arrive late or leave early?
  11. Why do PMD email and project packets repeatedly discuss my commitment to participate in the entire project and the consequences of not doing so, losing my PMD volunteer privileges?
  12. Once signed up, why am I repeatedly asked to call PMD if I need to cancel?
  13. I have other commitments on Saturdays. Does PMD ever have projects on Sundays or weeknights?
  14. I would like to volunteer with my child. Does PMD organize any projects suitable for children?

    PMD occasionally organizes projects that are appropriate for children to participate if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian who can work alongside youth under age 16. Youth-friendly projects contain relevant restrictions and wording in their descriptions. These projects usually involve outdoor work or painting signs for the Walk for Hunger (typically the first Saturday in March).

  15. I am required to perform community service. Can I document my volunteer hours with PMD?
  16. Why can't I sign up more than one month in advance?
  17. Can I still sign up to volunteer if the sign up deadline has passed?
  18. Does PMD have a privacy statement?