International Gator Day
International Gator Day is designed as a day when Gators come together to volunteer. Each year on the third Saturday of May, Gators worldwide join forces to positively impact their communities. Gator Clubs from Key West to New York to Seattle to Japan and beyond participate in this day of service. This annual event enlists the strength and size of the Gator Nation to help organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, food banks and clean-up/beautification projects. 2013 marks the 15th year of International Gator Day!
On Saturday, May 18, Gator Clubs® from around the world will unite to utilize the size and spirit of the Gator Nation to positively impact local communities.
Our club will volunteer at the Jacksonville Humane Society (8464 Beach Blvd., 32216) from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. We'll do yard work at the Humane Society's Pet Cemetery. Bring gloves, rakes and other gardening tools and please wear closed toed shoes.
Come out and join the Gator Club of Jacksonville to show the world we are All Strong for our Community.
Past IGD Events
Please see the other pages in this area of the site for history on what the club has done for International Gator Day over the last several years.
Gator Club of Jacksonville | PO Box 47018 | Jacksonville, FL 32247 | 904.387.6808 | email@example.com
2012 International Gator Day Photos