Monday, January 23, 2017

Yale Day of Service Set for May 13

In past years, Yale alumni in Westchester have volunteered eagerly at several sites for Yale Day of Service, including (above) those in Cross River, Scarsdale and Briarcliff Manor.
Yale Day of Service, Yale's special day for alumni around the world to participate in an event of community service, is set for Saturday, May 13, 2017.

Alumni, family members and Yale friends will be invited to select an event in the region to donate time, a spring Saturday, and volunteer to clean up, spruce up, clear up, or help in any way at shelters, parks, gardens, and community centers.

Sites in the Westchester and neighboring regions will be announced soon.  Yale volunteers will then register online to participate wherever they choose to be.  In Westchester in previous years, sites have included the animal shelter in Briarcliff Manor, a community garden in Scarsdale, a middle school in Mount Vernon, and the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation state park in Cross River.

Click Westchester-DoS to read about sites and projects Westchester alumni have led in the past four years.

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