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Emory Autism Center

Friday, Nov 17, 1:30 pm
WoodPEC

We play activities and games such as board games and sports with young adults with autism on campus.

*Our trip is currently at capacity* 

jackie.moses@emory.edu

sammy.john@emory.edu

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Shrish Venkat commented on the event Ronald McDonald House Weekly service trip

MedShare

Saturday, Dec 2, 12:30 pm
Meeting Location: Small Circle Behind the DUC (between Turman and the Med School)

NOTE: Our future trips will be running on Nov. 4th (10 spots), Nov. 18th (5 spots) and Dec. 2nd (10 spots).

During the Weekly Service Trip to MedShare, our group of volunteers will assist with the packaging and organizing of various medical supplies which will later be sent out to under-resourced areas of the world. This service work will include sorting donated medical supplies by expiration date, organizing materials into boxes, and/or moving boxes in the storage...

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Limited spaces available

Lifeline Animal Project

Saturday, Dec 2, 10:30 am
Meeting at the circle behind AMUC at 10:30am to drive to 3280 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Chamblee GA 30341

Additional Orientation Dates (Orientation is Required for New Volunteers): Thursday November 2nd from 7pm ~ 8:30pm, location TBD (email jessie.tran@emory.edu to sign up or show up on the date if you are not sure) Saturday November 11th (different from Emory Cares Day) from 10:30am ~ 1pm, sign up on normal Orgsync page

Description of Trip:

Lifeline Animal Project is one of the largest animal shelters in Atlanta, Georgia, with about 50 animals enter one of their shelters a...

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Limited spaces available

Ronald McDonald House Weekly service trip

Monday, Nov 20, 7 pm
Woodruff Residential center

We will conduct a weekly activity night at the Ronald McDonald House, an organization that houses families with sick or injured children. We will be organizing various activities, such as arts and crafts, or a games night, etc. 

Contact Details

1) Shrish Venkat: shrish.venkat@emory.edu, Mob.412-354-0010

2) Manushi Ashar- manushi.ashar@emory.ed, Mob. 404-861-7479

Meeting Location: Woodruff Residential Center at 6:45 PM

 

 

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Limited spaces available

Comments

Shrish Venkat

Hello All,

Sorry for the late notification, but we will NOT be having a service trip to the Ronald McDonald House today! The House was not able to secure the time slot today for volunteering. Please do not assemble at Woodruff Residential center at 6:45PM!

Shrish Venkat

This trip is over

Cassidy Schwartz commented on the event Bi-Weekly Service Trip: Concrete Jungle

WST: The Atlanta Hospitality House

Thursday, Nov 9, 5:30 pm
Meeting at DUC Circle at 5:30 PM and driving to the Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House (1815 S Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307)

Description of the Trip:

Interested in cooking and service? This weekly service trip will be partnering with the Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House, a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing and meals for patients of Atlanta hospitals and their families. Volunteers will be cooking and serving dinner to AHHH every Thursday night.

Requirements of Volunteers:

Weekly Commitment

Day, Meet-up Time, and Meet-up Location

Thursday at...

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Limited spaces available

Forever Family

Saturday, Dec 9, 5:45 am
Woodruff P.E. Center 26 Eagle Row, Atlanta, GA 30322

Description of Trip:

Accompanying children to prison to see their mothers. Responsible for supervising children and preparing food, games, etc. for them before the trip. When we arrive at the prison, help prepare/organize/clean-up activities planned for the children. Children you will be supervising will usually be between 3 and 13 years old.

Requirements of Volunteers:

1. One time application form (email us for detailed instructions)

2. Signed VE...

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Limited spaces available

Boys and Girls Club Weekly Service Trip

Tuesday, Nov 14, 2:30 pm
1330 N Druid Hills Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30319

Love tutoring? Love playing with kids? Want to be a part of the Atlanta community?

Join us! We meet on Tuesdays at 2:30 pm to volunteer at the Brookhaven Boys and Girls Club from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm. We will be organizing programs, tutoring, and just hanging out with the kids.

All transportation is provided. Meet in Woodruff Circle at 2:30 pm. 

Requirements:

All volunteers are required to complete the online documents, the mandated reporter online training,...

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Limited spaces available

Trees Atlanta

Saturday, Nov 18, 8:30 am
Meet at the circle behind the AMUC

Come plant trees to expand Atlanta's canopy and maintain our vibrant city ecosystem! Each week during the planting season, we will be helping out with a "Neighborwoods" or Forest Restoration Projects; during the maintenance season, we also need volunteers to help mulch and water trees from previous projects. Please consider volunteering with one of the best non-profits Atlanta has taking care of our environment!

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Limited spaces available

Margaret Stewart commented on the event Friends of Refugees

Clarkston Community Gardens

Saturday, Nov 18, 10:30 am
Meeting at DUC Circle at 10:30 am to drive to Clarkston Community Center (3701 College Avenue Clarkston, GA 30021)

Description of Trip: We will be helping out at the Clarkston Community Center Gardens, growing fresh, nutritious fruits and vegetables for refugees and low-income families around the community.

Requirements of Volunteers: Weekly Commitment Preferred

Meet-up Time/Location: Saturdays at 10:30 am in the circle behind the DUC

Trip Leads: Jelisa Tan (jelisa.tan@emory.edu) and Katharine Yan (katharine.yan@emory.edu)

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Limited spaces available

Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition

Saturday, Dec 9, 12:30 pm
Ducling

Description: 

We will be working with the Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition to create Overdose Kits and Hygiene Kits. An overdose kit is used to help save a person's life if they are having a opiate-related overdose. On the other hand, a hygiene kit is to help individuals prevent the spread of various diseases. 

Requirement of Volunteers: Show up ready to help and have fun! 

Day, Meet up time, and meet up location: Saturdays at 12:30 PM in front of the...

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Limited spaces available

Bi-Weekly Service Trip: Concrete Jungle

Saturday, Dec 16, 9:45 am
Meet VE Van behind the AMUC in the Means Dr circle

Want to get your hands dirty? Spend some one-on-one time with Mother Nature? Then, Urban farming is for you! Concrete Jungle is an organization that plants and harvests produce for local homeless shelters. We will come by every other weekend and assist in picking and gathering the goods, so that they can be efficiently delivered to the local homeless shelters. Come join us beginning September 9th! Sign up ASAP as spots are limited!

*** WE ARE HOLDING  A MAKE-UP SESSION NEXT...

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Comments

Cassidy Schwartz

If you are coming to the farm today, please contact Diana Bender-Bier when you arrive! Her number is (240) 205-4718.

Park Pride Volunteering

Saturday, Dec 2, 8:45 am
WD Thomson Park, Frazier-Rowe Park

Description of Trip: We will be partnering with Park Pride, an organization which helps communities enhance parks in the Atlanta area through volunteering, improvements, and advocacy. We will be cleaning up the area, removing invasive species, and installing new amenities to provide a better experience for the public. We wish to see our parks look greener and more environmentally sound!

Requirements: work shoes, clothing that you can get dirty, sunscreen, bug repellant (optional),...

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Limited spaces available

Friends of Refugees (Wednesday)

Wednesday, Nov 29, 3:45 pm
792 Jolly Avenue South, Clarkston, 30021

Description of Trip: 

We are looking for volunteers who enjoy spending time with kids that are new to the country and helping them adjust to the new classroom environment. If you are patient, responsible and caring, kids are ready to meet you in the after school program for Friends of Refugees in the community of Clarkston! As "the most diverse square mile in America" called by Time magazine, Clarkston is a very diverse community with sixty languages spoken in a square mile. The...

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Limited spaces available

Mind Bubble

Sunday, Dec 3, 12:30 pm
Meeting behind the DUC at 12:30pm to drive to North Dekalb Mall

Description of Trip: We help tutor middle school students with any and every subject, as well as engage them in mind stimulating board games to further expand their creative thinking. Volunteers will also have the opportunity to help set up various workshops that will take place throughout the school year. 

Requirement of Volunteers: Background check, Weekly Commitment, Orientation

Day, Meetup Time, Location: Sundays at 12:30pm Behind the DUC / Next to Turman

Trip...

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Limited spaces available

Friends of Refugees

Thursday, Nov 30, 3:30 pm
Meeting at DUC Circle at 3:35 to drive to Kristopher Woods Apartments, 792 Jolly Ave S, Clarkston, GA 30021

Do you love kids? Want to gain experience working with ESL students? Feel somewhat confident in your elementary-level math and reading skills and potentially want to share them? Then the Friends of Refugees afterschool program is for you! We will be spending Thursday afternoons with refugee children in pre K- 5th grade helping at an afterschool program held by the nonprofit organization, Friends of Refugees, about 15 minutes from Emory in Clarkston, GA. Time Magazine has called Clarkston...

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Limited spaces available

Comments

Seaira Lett

I signed up then realized I have to work. Sorry!

Noor Abi Rached

I signed up for the 28th, but I meant to register for the next week. I won't be at the 28th trip. Sorry!!

Margaret Stewart

Hi all- Sam and I were just informed that the Dekalb schools are not open this Thursday (10/5) because of fall break, so the trip is off this week. But please join is next week (10/12) when school's back in session!!

WST Leads Operation: Cards for Kids

Thursday, Apr 13, 7 pm
Meeting at White Hall 111 to walk to Math and Science Center N304

Description of Trip: We will be making cards for the kids at CHOA.

Requirements of Volunteers: Be potential WST Leads.

Day, Meet-up Time, & Meetup Location: Thursday 7:00pm White Hall 111

Trip Lead(s): Dara (215) 837-8980 drliss@emory.edu Jamelia (404) 452-7377 jamelia.mays@emory.edu Tyler (702) 513-5917 tyler.teresi@emory.edu

(This is the only time a trip will have three leads!)

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Emory's Day On: Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Monday, Jan 16, 11 am
Cox Ballroom

This registration link is for Sigma Alpha Epsilon members only. 

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Emory's Day On: Ngambika

Monday, Jan 16, 11 am
Cox Ballroom

This registration link is for Ngambika members only. 

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Limited spaces available

Emory's Day On: EBSU registration

Monday, Jan 16, 11 am
Cox Ballroom

This registration is for EBSU members only. 

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Emory's Day ON: A.G. Rhodes Health and Rehab

Monday, Jan 16, 9:45 am
Asbury Circle

Community Partner Description:  A.G. Rhodes Health & Rehab is Atlanta’s top nursing home provider of senior rehab services and long-term care. A not-for-profit organization, A.G. Rhodes aims to provide the highest standard of care, including post-surgical recovery, therapeutic rehabilitation, and skilled nursing.

Service Description:  Spend time with residents by helping with activities including BINGO, arts and crafts, games, and special MLK Day-related...

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Emory's Day ON: re:loom

Monday, Jan 16, 11 am
Cox Ballroom

Community Partner Description: Re:loom is a program under the Initiative for Affordable Housing (IAH), a nonprofit organization in Decatur, Georgia. To jointly promote social and environmental sustainability, re:loom employs and empowers homeless and low-income individuals through weaving beautifully designed products out of recycled materials.

Service Description: Volunteers will cut and fold fabric for the re:loom weaving project!

NOTE: Wear closed-toed shoes and bring a...

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Emory's Day ON: Jars of Clay

Monday, Jan 16, 11 am
Cox Ballroom

Community Partner Description:  Jars of Clay is a Christian not-for-profit church that serves low-income and homeless people in Georgia. Some of Jars of Clay’s programs include finding housing for people experiencing homelessness, providing food to those in need, and running summer camps for kids.

Service Description:  Help sort clothing and food donations, prepare food for people experiencing homelessness, and set up a thrift store and grocery store!

NOTE: Wear closed-toed...

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