|Yale alumni, families and friends can register now for community-service sites in Westchester|
Yale Day of Service, Saturday, May 10, is less than two months away.
Alumni everywhere, including those in Westchester, can sign up and register now to volunteer in a community service. Spend a spring Saturday with classmates, other alumni, family and friends cleaning up a park, tutoring children, sprucing up a garden, tending to animals at a shelter, or helping to build a house.
To see community-service projects planned for the Westchester and New York area, click WESTCHESTER-NEW-YORK. To register, click YDoS. .
YWAA board member Suzanne Burger '82 is Westchester coordinator for Yale Day of Service. YWAA-sponsored project sites in Westchester include the following:
SPCA of Westchester in Briarcliff Manor, Susan Kaminsky '86, coordinator
Scarsdale Sustainable Garden Project in Scarsdale, Maggie Favretti '85, coordinator
William Holmes Elementary School, career panel in Mt. Vernon (May 9), Susan Kaminsky '86, coordinator
Ward Pound Ridge Reservation in Cross River, Regina Possavino '01, coordinator
A fifth Westchester site is sponsored by the Yale Club of New York (Young Members Committee):
Blythedale Children's Hospital in Valhalla (May 18), Stephanie Wright '08, coordinator