Isabel Celis volunteers asking for more volunteers - Tucson News Now

Isabel Celis volunteers asking for more volunteers

Isabel Celis Isabel Celis
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

It has now been two and half weeks since Isabel Celis was reported missing.

As the days go by, the community volunteers are now asking for more help to keep Isabel's name out in the public eye.

Volunteers are planning more and more activities to continue to raise awareness and more money for their cause, and they are asking anyone who is interested in helping out to go to the volunteer center near the intersection of Craycroft and Broadway and lend a helping hand.

Volunteers will also start organizing weekly meeting at the command center every Monday night at 8:00 p.m.

"We're trying to get a walk together. We are trying to get a volleyball tournament together. We are trying to get a balloon-a-thon. Just right now we are discussing a tattoo-a-thon that will be happening June 17th. We need just so much community help, and that's how we want to keep Isa's story out there," said volunteer Valerie Ballesteros.

Tucson News Now also learned that Isabel's parents, Sergio and Becky Celis, are planning on helping out at the command center as well.

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