Hoyas Give Baxa

Saturday, April 30, 2022

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You’re invited to volunteer with your local Georgetown Club on Saturday, April 30, as part of the Georgetown University Alumni Association’s 9th Annual Hoyas Give Baxa—a coordinated day of community service.

Uphold this Blue and Gray tradition by pitching in with a service project in your community. Service projects are being added weekly, so check back often for a project near you.

Wear your Blue and Gray and share your pictures! #HoyasGiveBaxa

All attendees for this event must be up to date on their COVID-19 vaccination (i.e., a primary series and, when eligible, an additional dose) or attest to having a religious or medical exemption. Attendees who are not vaccinated but attest to having an exemption will need to take a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours prior to the event and provide their negative test results.

COVID-19 is a serious disease, resulting potentially in illness, hospitalization, and even death. Our first priority is the health and safety of our event participants. In the spirit of cura personalis, the University requires that event participants follow certain health and safety measures, which may vary depending on the nature of the event, in order to help protect the health and safety of all participants. While the University is taking steps to mitigate the risks to event participants, the University cannot guarantee a COVID-19 free environment or eliminate the chance of infection and the health risks associated with it. By participating in this event, you assume the risks involved. You may also be required to leave the event if you fail to follow the required health and safety measures.

Hoyas Give Baxa 2022

Join us on Saturday, April 30, to be part of a global celebration of service.

View video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DexymsIT0Q

Unless otherwise noted, project registration closes on Wednesday, April 27.

California

Georgetown Club of Los Angeles
Race to Feed at the Los Angeles Mission

Saturday, April 30 | 9–1 p.m. PDT
Los Angeles Mission
303 E 5th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Join the Club of Los Angeles as they partner with the Los Angeles Mission. The club will be assembling food packages for homeless encampments and the Guardians of Love Foster Care program.

  • Space is limited to 25 participants, so please register early!
  • Volunteers must be vaccinated.

For more information, contact Gabrielle Lambert, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Northern California
NorCal Hoyas Help Clothe the Needy

Saturday, April 30 | 10 a.m – noon PDT
St. Anthony’s
150 Golden Gate Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94102

Join the  Club of Northern California as they partner with St. Anthony’s to sort clothing for a clothing drive.

  • Space is limited to 15 participants, so please register early!
  • The Club encourages participants to bring a stuffed animal or book, which will be donated to the organization Project Night Night.
  • Join the Club for pizza after the project’s completion.

For more information, contact NorCal Hoyas, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Orange County & Georgetown Club of San Diego
SoCal County Hoyas Give Baxa

Saturday, April 30 | 9 a.m. PDT
Family Assistance Ministries
1030 Calle Negocio
San Clemente, CA 92673

The Georgetown Club of Orange County and the Club San Diego are partnering together to help Family Assistance Ministries (FAM) for this year’s Hoyas Give Baxa! The morning will be spent in the Family Assistance Ministries warehouse stocking food and shelter pantry to support its mission to help those in need bridge the gap from dependency to self-sufficiency.

  • Space is limited to 15 participants, so please register early!
  • Age requirement: Ages 3 and up are welcome, all kids under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • What to wear: Closed toed shoes are mandatory. Masks are no longer required but highly encouraged.
  • Parking: Please park on Calle Trepadora as the organization wants to keep the limited parking spots for those in need.
  • When you arrive: Please walk around the FAM building and you will see two, large double doors. This is where the food pantry line will be. For help, please ask for Claire.
  • Join the club after the event for lunch at a nearby location to get to know our fellow alumni!

For more information, contact Paul Liguori, check out the Club of Orange County’s webpage, or the Club of San Diego’s Instagram or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Sacramento
Fun on the Farm

Saturday, April 30 | 9–11 a.m. PDT
Table Farm
23rd St. & Anita Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95822

The Club of Sacramento is partnering with Table Farm. Volunteers will help build the garden’s infrastructure for the new, growing season. Tasks may include weeding, harvesting, seeding, planting, etc.

  • Space is limited to 35 participants, so please register early!
  • Volunteers are encouraged to wear long pants and closed-toed shoes, bring a hat, a water bottle, and a pair of gloves.
  • ​​Join the club for lunch after the project at Selland’s Market Café—Broadway.

For more information, contact Stephanie Gallo, or check out the club’s Facebook or webpage.

Colorado

Georgetown Club of Colorado
Hoyas Help Colorado Parks and Trails

Saturday, April 30 | 9 a.m.–noon MDT
South Valley Park
90 S Valley Rd,
Littleton, CO 80401

The Club of Colorado is partnering with Jefferson County Open Space Project. Volunteers will assist with trail maintenance. Tasks include mitigating the snow melt/rain by clearing out water bars (the drainage systems in trails that capture runoff) and trimming vegetation. There will be a lot of walking and a variety of tools that will be used to decompact the soil including McLeod tools, picmatic tools, and shovels.

  • Space is limited to 20 participants, so please register early.
  • Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing you don’t mind getting dirty. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen and plenty of drinking water.
  • Additional project information can be found on the Jefferson County Colorado Open Space webpage.
  • ​​Join the club after the project at Flying Pig Burger Co.

For more information, contact Marcella Abramowicz , or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

Connecticut

Georgetown Club of Fairfield County
Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive – Flier Preparation

Saturday, April 30 | 10 a.m. – noon EDT
Person to Person
1864 Post Road
Darien, CT 06820

Join the Club of Fairfield County as they partner with Person to Person (P2P) for the Stamp Out Hunger food drive. Since 1992, Person-to-Person has been the designated recipient of grocery donations collected in Darien, Connecticut during the annual National Association of Letter Carriers food drive. Stamp Out Hunger is the largest food drive for Person-to-Person each year. Volunteers will help staple flyers to brown paper bags that will be delivered to Darien postal customers in May.

  • Participants are asked to bring their own stapler.
  • Volunteers are also encouraged to bring canned goods.

For more information, contact the Club of Fairfield County, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

District of Columbia

Georgetown Club of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
Supporting D.C.’s Homeless with Martha’s Table

Saturday, April 30 | 10 a.m. – noon EDT
Robert and Bernice Wagner Alumni House
3604 O St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20007

The Club of Metro Washington, D.C. will be volunteering with McKenna’s Wagon for Martha’s Table. McKenna’s Wagon—Martha’s Table’s mobile food service—rolls out seven days a week, 365 days a year to feed hundreds of D.C. neighbors who may be experiencing housing instability or hunger at two downtown locations. Volunteers will help with food preparations for donation.

  • Space is limited to 25 participants, so please register early!
  • Food prep gloves and masks will be provided.
  • ​​Join the club at Saxby’s after the project’s completion.

For more information, contact D.C. Hoyas, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

Florida

Georgetown Club of Miami
Virginia Key Restoration Day

Saturday, April 30 | 9:30–11:30 a.m. EDT
Virginia Key Beach—Mabel Fentress Miller walking trail
Miami, FL 33149

Join the Club of Miami as they volunteer with City of Miami Parks and Recreation and Miami Waterkeeper. Tasks include the removal of invasive plants (Scaevola and Sansevieria sp. species) from Dune Habitat. Participants will have to be comfortable using loppers, hand clippers, spading forks, and hauling debris through an uneven slope ground.

  • Attendees will meet by the lifeguard station and bathroom.
  • Please be on time. Registration begins 15 minutes before the volunteer workday starts.
  • Participants are encouraged to bring a refillable water bottle, a hat, sunblock, and insect repellent.
  • Closed-toe shoes are required. Long-sleeved shirts and long pants are recommended.

For more information, contact the Georgetown Club of Miami or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Tampa
Community Gardening at Tampa Heights

Saturday, April 30 | 8:30–11:30 a.m. EDT
Tampa Heights Community Gardens
605 E Frances Ave.
Tampa, FL 33602

The Club of Tampa is partnering with Metropolitan Ministries. Participants will be gardening in the Tampa Heights Community Garden. Tasks include watering, planting, weeding, and harvesting.

  • Space is limited to 20 participants, so please register early!
  • Attendees should check in at 120 E Ross Ave. and then head to 605 E Frances Ave. to begin volunteering.
  • Participants are encouraged to dress appropriately for gardening activities.
  • ​​Join the club at Armature Works after the project’s completion.

For more information, contact Shane Costello, or check out the club’s Facebook or webpage.

Illinois

Georgetown Club of Chicago
In the Paint

Saturday, April 30 |10:30 a.m. – noon CDT
Evergreen Park HS Sports Complex
2700 W 91st St.
Evergreen Park, IL 60805

Join the Club of Chicago as they partner with In The Paint Basketball Club. In the Paint (ITP) Hoops began in 2006 as a community sports group for middle school kids who wanted to hone their basketball skills. However, Coach Mike Robinson, the founder of ITP Hoops, began to notice that many of the kids never considered applying to highly competitive universities—even those with high grades and test scores. The Dream Bigger program seeks to address this discrepancy by bringing local, alumni clubs to the kids for coaching, cheering, and chatting about basketball experiences within a university.

  • Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable, gym clothing.

For more information, contact the Georgetown Club of Chicago, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

Maryland

Georgetown Club of Baltimore
Springtime Spruce-up at City Springs Elementary/Middle School

Saturday, April 30 | Noon – 2 p.m. EDT
City Springs Elementary/Middle School
100 S. Caroline St.
Baltimore, MD 21231

The Club of Baltimore will be partnering with City Springs Elementary/Middle School to help with various spring cleaning projects. Tasks include painting, gardening, and picking up trash. Day-of volunteers can select the project they prefer.

  • Attendees should meet in the parking lot behind the school on the Pratt St. side of the building.
  • Participants are encouraged to bring a pair of work gloves and clothing that can get dirty.
  • Join the club at Fells Point after the project’s completion.

For more information, contact Club of Baltimore, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

Michigan

Georgetown Club of Detroit
Detroit Hoyas Spring Service Day

Saturday, April 30 | 9 a.m. – noon EDT
Cass Community Social Services
11745 Rosa Parks Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48206

Volunteer with the Club of Detroit as they partner with Cass Community Social Services. Possible projects include working in the center kitchen, grounds work, or working in the building’s shredding room.

  • We ask all attendees to arrive no later than 8:55 a.m. EDT.
  • Volunteers should look to park at 11850 Rosa Parks Blvd. (gate code will be emailed to attendees prior to the event)
  • Attendees are asked to wear closed-toed shoes and encouraged to bring their own water bottles.
  • Individuals volunteering in the kitchen will need to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Individuals working outside the kitchen on other projects may also want to bring work gloves. Local Hoyas are encouraged to bring family and friends, but all attendees must be 8 years old or older.

For more information, contact Lauren Brennan, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

Kansas

Georgetown Club of Kansas City
Feeding Kansas City with Harvesters

Saturday, April 30 | 3–5 p.m. CDT
O’Neill’s Restaurant & Bar
9417 Mission Rd.
Leawood, KS 66206

The Club of Kansa City is partnering with Harvesters Community and Food Mission for this year’s Hoyas Give Baxa. Harvesters’ mission is to feed hungry people today and work to end hunger tomorrow. Harvesters is a regional food bank serving 26 counties in  northwestern Missouri and northeastern Kansas.

  • Volunteers are asked to bring a bag of groceries to O’Neills. You will receive a t-shirt in return. Review the most needed food items prior to your arrival.
  • You may also drop off your grocery bags at the Harvesters drop-off location inside Cosentino’s Price Chopper (located in the same Ranchmart shopping area as O’Neill’s).
  • Participants can enjoy happy hour with fellow Hoyas at O’Neill’s following the event.

For more information, contact ​​Dan Bukovac, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

New York

Georgetown Club of Central New York
We Rise Above the Streets

Saturday, April 30 | 10–11:30 a.m. EDT
Christian Brothers Academy
6245 Randall Road
Syracuse, NY 13214

The Club of Central New York is partnering with Christian Brothers Academy for We Rise Above the Streets. We Rise Above the Streets delivers high energy messages that encourage people to live up to their full potential by breaking the cycles of homelessness and crime many face daily.

Volunteers will make sandwiches and deliver them to the event.

  • Attendees are encouraged to bring toiletries, small containers of dish soap, and/or laundry detergent.

For more information, contact John O’Connor, or check out the club’s webpage.


Georgetown Club of Metro New York
Xavier Mission Meal Preparation and Service

Sunday, May 1 | 8:30–11:30 a.m. EDT or 12:30–3:30 p.m. EDT
Xavier Mission
55 West 15th St.
New York, NY 10011

Volunteer with the Club of Metro New York as they partner with Xavier Mission. Xavier Mission is an organization providing basic services as well as opportunities for empowerment and self-sufficiency to New Yorkers in need.

  • Please note: this project takes place on Sunday, May 1.
  • The project has two shifts. Each shift can accommodate seven volunteers:
    • Option 1: 8:30–11:30 a.m. meal preparation
    • Option 2: 2:30–3:30 p.m. meal service
  • Participants must be fully vaccinated and boostered and must show proof upon arrival.
    • Accepted forms of proof are 1) NYS Excelsior Pass or 2) a CDC Vaccination Card (or photocopy of the card), plus photo ID.

For more information, contact Dave Caracta, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

North Carolina

Georgetown Club of the Research Triangle
St. Thomas More Parish Pride Day

Saturday, April 30 | 9 a.m. – noon EDT
St. Thomas More Catholic Church
940 Carmichael St.
Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Join the Club of the Research Triangle as they help the St. Thomas More Church with their annual spring beautification of the parish grounds. Projects include mulching, planting flowers, and clearing debris.

  • After the project’s completion, join us for lunch, provided by the parish.
  • Volunteers are encouraged to bring work gloves, shovels, and trowels (or a wheelbarrow if you have one!)
  • All ages are welcome.

For more information, contact the Club of the Research Triangle, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

Ohio

Georgetown Club of Cincinnati
Neighborhood Beautification Project

Saturday, April 30 | 9–11 a.m. EDT
Evanston Recreation Center
3204 Woodburn Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45207

The Georgetown Club of Cincinnati is partnering with East Walnut Hills Assembly, Inc. for Hoyas Give Baxa. The club will be participating in a neighborhood clean-up effort in Walnut Hills. The club will be picking up litter and assisting with other small projects at the Evanston Recreation. Center.

  • Participants are encouraged to to bring a hat, water bottle, and plastic gloves.
  • ​​Join the club for lunch at a nearby restaurant (TBD) after the project’s completion.

For more information, contact Tony Fischer, or check out the club’s Facebook or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Cleveland
Refugee Response Health and Wellness Event

Saturday, April 30 | 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
7708 Lake Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44102

Join the Club of Cleveland as they partner with Refugee Response’s Corner65. Corner65 is a refugee, youth-led program geared to spark creativity, community engagement, and overall health and wellness. Come and help the Youth Corner65 Council sort, organize and pack health and wellness bags to give to students who are a part of Corner65. These items will help students get a jump start for their summer on health and wellness routines.

  • Volunteers also have the option to bring hygiene donations for Corner65 youth. Items can be brought to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church or purchased on Refugee Response’s Amazon Wish List.

For more information, contact the Club of Cleveland, or check out the club’s webpage.

Oregon

Georgetown Club of Oregon
Dinner Preparation and Service at The Bethlehem Inn

Saturday, April 30 | 3–6:30 p.m. PDT
The Bethlehem Inn
3705 N Hwy. 97
Bend, OR 97701

The Club of Oregon will be partnering with the Bethlehem Inn. Bethlehem Inn is a community-supported, high barrier emergency shelter that provides a warm, safe place to sleep, nourishing meals, and case management services for adults and children experiencing homelessness in Central Oregon. Tasks include meal prepping from 3 to 5:30 p.m., and helping with the meal service from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

  • Volunteers can participate in a partial or full shift.
  • Depending on attendees availability and interest, the club may go out for happy hour after the project’s completion.

For more information, contact Kathy Baczko, or check out the club’s Facebook or webpage.

Pennsylvania

Georgetown Club of Philadelphia
Brunch at the Gift of Life House

Saturday, April 30 | 8–10 a.m. EDT
Gift of Life Family House
401 Callowhill St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123

Join the Club of Philadelphia for one of three of their Hoyas Give Baxa projects. For this project, the Club will be partnering with Gift of Life Family House. Gift of Life Family House provides lodging and support services for family members of patients awaiting organ transplants in Philadelphia hospitals. Volunteers will make brunch for individuals who are staying at the family house.

  • All ages are welcome.
  • Space is limited to eight participants, so please register early!
  • Please note: If this event is full, please sign up on the Club’s waitlist. If you prefer one location versus the other, please indicate where you would like to attend and the Club will do its best to add you to that project. Someone from the Philadelphia board will reach out to you directly letting you know your status. If you have any questions you can email philadelphiahoyas@gmail.com or contact Lauren at 215-534-6076.

For more information, email the Club of Philadelphia, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Philadelphia
Old St. Joe’s Lunch Service

Saturday, April 30 | 8:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. EDT
Old St. Joseph’s Catholic Church
321 Willings Way
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Join the Club of Philadelphia for one of three of their Hoyas Give Baxa projects. For this project, the club will be partnering with Old St. Joseph Catholic Church. Old St. Joseph’s provides homeless outreach for men in Philadelphia. Volunteers will be packing lunch and toiletries for the gentlemen who attend.

  • Participants must be age 18 or older to attend.
  • Space is limited to six participants, so please register early!
  • Please note:If this event is full, please sign up on the club’s waitlist. If you prefer one location versus the other, please indicate where you would like to attend, and the Club will do its best to add you to that project. Someone from the Philadelphia board will reach out to you directly letting you know your status. If you have any questions you can email philadelphiahoyas@gmail.com or contact Lauren at 215-534-6076.

For more information, contact the Club of Philadelphia, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Philadelphia
Helping Hands at St. Francis

Saturday, April 30 | 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. EDT
St. Francis Inn
2441 Kensington Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19125

Join the Club of Philadelphia for one of three of their Hoyas Give Baxa projects. For this project, the Club will be partnering with St. Francis Inn. Volunteers will serve as waitresses and waiters by delivering food and drinks to those in attendance. The inn strives to maintain the dignity and humanity of those attending by serving restaurant style, sit-down meals. Volunteers will not be required to make the food but will deliver meals to tables ensuring all attendee’s needs are met. All directions will be provided on site. No prior experience is needed.

  • Space is limited to five participants, so please register early!
  • Please note: If this event is full, please sign up on the Club’s waitlist. If you prefer one location versus the other, please indicate where you would like to attend and the Club will do its best to add you to that project. Someone from the Philadelphia board will reach out to you directly letting you know your status. If you have any questions you can email philadelphiahoyas@gmail.com or contact Lauren at 215-534-6076.

For more information, contact the Club of Philadelphia, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.

Texas

Georgetown Club of Austin
Help for the Unhoused in Austin

Saturday, April 30 | 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. CDT
Brentwood Neighborhood Park
6710 Arroyo Seca St.
Austin, TX 78757

Join the Club of Austin as they partner with Caritas of Austin. Caritas of Austin helps to prevent and end homelessness for people in the Greater Austin area. The club will be assembling toiletry and snack bags for the unhoused in Austin. The bags will be donated and distributed by Caritas of Austin, one of a confederation of 162 Catholic relief, development, and social service organizations.

  • Lunch will be provided after the project’s completion.

For more information, contact Lauren McGaughy, or check out the club’s Facebook or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Dallas Ft. Worth
Refresh the Charles Rice Outdoor Learning Space

Saturday, April 30 | 9 a.m. – noon CDT
Charles Rice Learning Center
2425 Pine St.
Dallas, TX 75215

The Club of Dallas Ft. Worth is partnering with United to Learn to help the Dallas Public Schools community. Volunteers will spend the morning refreshing the outdoor gardens and classroom spaces at Charles Rice Elementary. Above-ground vegetable gardens enhance science and math curriculum and outdoor learning opportunities. Students enjoy the garden space as part of their learning and play space. Specific tasks may include pruning, weeding, and planting within the raised beds, as well as organizing the hardscape spaces around the gardens.

  • Volunteers are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and closed toe shoes.
  • Light refreshments and all necessary project supplies will be provided.
  • Participants have the option to join the club after the project’s completion at On Rotation Brewery & Kitchen.
  • Space is limited to 25 participants, so please register early!
  • If registration is full, signup for the club’s waitlist.

For more information, contact the Club of Dallas Ft. Worth, or check out the club’s Facebook, Instagram, or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Houston
Helping Houstonians in Need

Saturday, April 30 | 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. CDT
Society of St. Vincent de Paul Gulfgate Resale Shop
6654 Gulf Fwy
Houston, TX 77087

Join the Club of Houston as they partner with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, an organization of 58 parish-based chapters that provide basic needs assistance to the local community.

  • This facility encourages the use of masks, and requires temperature screening and a standard waiver for all volunteers.
  • Volunteers are encouraged to wear closed toe shoes, knee length shorts or pants, and shirts with sleeves.
  • Lunch and snacks will be provided.

For more information contact the Club of Houston, or check out the club’s Facebook or webpage.

Washington

Georgetown Club of Seattle
Spring Cleaning with Seattle Public Schools

Saturday, April 30 | 10 a.m. PDT
Bailey Gatzert Elementary School
1301 E Yesler Way
Seattle, WA 98122

Join the Club of Seattle for one of two of their Hoyas Give Baxa projects. For this project, the club is partnering with Seattle Public Schools. Gatzert is a Tier 1 equity school, meaning it serves a significant population of students that have been identified as students furthest from educational justice. Volunteer efforts to beautify the grounds and outdoor learning spaces have a meaningful impact on the school’s community and help to create a welcoming and safe environment for learning. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are asked to help with mulching plant beds, doing a spring cleaning of the learning garden area, and helping with litter abatement of the site. Families and children are welcome to participate. The grounds department will ensure we have mulch, wheelbarrows, yard waste bags, and tools available for our project. Please wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes and bring a water bottle.

For more information, contact Jennifer Dotson, or check out the club’s Facebook or webpage.


Georgetown Club of Seattle
Spring into action at Mother Earth Farm

Saturday, April 30 | 9 a.m. – noon PDT
Mother Earth Farm
15208 102nd St E
Puyallup, WA 98374

Join the Club of Seattle for one of two of their Hoyas Give Baxa projects. For this project, the Club is partnering with Mother Earth Farm. Emergency Food Network’s Mother Earth Farm is an eight-acre organic farm located in the beautiful Puyallup Valley. The farm distributes 80,000 pounds of fresh fruit, vegetables, and herbs to Pierce County local pantries, food banks and meal sites. Food from the farm is available to food banks within 24 hours of harvest. This amazing mission to provide fresh food options to people in need requires help from our volunteers of all ages and experience levels. Volunteers at the farm will assist with seeding, planting, weeding, harvesting, and irrigation.

  • Kids and families are especially welcome!

For more information, contact Jennifer Dotson, or check out the club’s Facebook or webpage.

Wisconsin

Georgetown Club of Wisconsin
Despensa de la Paz – Friedens Food Pantry

Saturday, April 30 | 8 a.m. – noon CDT
Despensa De La Paz Food Pantry
1615 S 22nd St.
Milwaukee, WI 53204

Join the Club of Wisconsin as they partner with Despensa De La Paz Food Pantry (Friedens Community Ministries).

  • Space is limited to 15 participants, so please register early.
  • Children are welcome, but a consent form must be completed.
  • After registering below, each volunteer must also complete a new volunteer form. Here you can find a quick orientation, COVID-19 guidelines, and the volunteer handbook.
  • For volunteers who are under the age of 18, after registering, please complete the minor consent form.

Advance registration is required by Friday, April 22. For more information, contact Alexandria Motl, or check out the club’s Facebook or webpage.

France

Georgetown Club of France
Virtual French Cafe

Saturday, April 30 | 6:45 p.m. CEST
Zoom link to be provided in follow up email

Register today and help the Club of France assist current Georgetown students who are studying French. Join our “virtual cafe” where students will get to engage with current alumni in France and improve their French language skills. As a participant, you will lead a discussion in French with a small group of current students to help improve their French language skills and understanding of French culture.

  • Please arrive by 6:45 p.m. CEST—promptly—in order to allow time to appropriately set up the breakout rooms with student.

For more information, contact the Club of France, or check out the club’s webpage.