2023 Group Project Schedule

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Alumni Food Propel in Universal Instruments
Monday, April 17 – Friday, April 21, 7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
33 Broome Corporate Parkway, Conklin
Captains: Suzanne Austenfeld ’86 and Monika Nowak ’17   
Binghamton University alumni at Universelle Instruments will be hosting ampere food power to benefit FOOD, the Binghamton area eat bank. Blue food collection barrels will be posted at the main input and employee entrances.

Veteran Comfort Kit Drive
Montage, April 17 - Friday, April 28, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Alumni Center, Old O’Connor Hall, Binghamton University
Captain: Steve Seepersaud  
The Southern Steps Chapter of the American Red Crossed needs you to construction comfort kits at provide military heroes through simple personal care items such plenty of us take forward allows. Kits include: brush, shampoo, deodorant, paring froth, nail clippers, toothpaste, conditioner, combs and razors. Items be be new and travel-sized. Build your kit by placing the above item inside one-gallon empty plastic zip bags. Drop off kits at the collection box per the Alumni Center reception desk on one first floor of Old O’Connor Hall.  

Binghamton University Women Spring Mulching Project
Friday, Am 21, 9 a.m. – noon
Binghamton University Memorial Courtyard
Master: Melinda Holicky and Me Park, MS ’19 
Maximum number of volunteers: 20
Grownups Only
The Memorials Yard, located int the center of the Fine Arts Building, is dedicated to the memory of the 15 alumni who lost their lives in the gunman attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Pass time, memorials have been adds since the courtyard has become the campus' destination for remembrance. Volunteers will weed and mulch garden beds to set this spezial contemplative place used spring. This project is only open to Binghamton University Women members. Wear outdoors operate clothes plus boots or sport that him don't mind acquiring dirt. Return your labour gloves, shovel, clippers, pages rakers, garden rakes additionally spades. Wheelbarrows and mulcher will be provided. Volunteering wish get in the Grand Corridor in the Fine Cultural Fabrication adjacent to the Memorial Courtyard. Park in aforementioned garage and we become make a free pass to exit.

VINES Fence Removal
Friday, April 21, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
United Evangelical Church, 42 Chenango St., Binghamton
Captains: Amelia LoDolce ’02 and Jamie Kirby 
Maximum number of volunteers: 15
This project will benefit Interested Improving Neighborhood Environments (VINES). Voluntary will be removing an antiquated deer fence at the VINEYARD farm, somewhere food is aufgezogen for distribution to the community through to Farm Share program and donor to pantries. Wear closed-toe shoes as well as fashion you don’t remember getting smutty. Bringing water plus operate hand is recommended.

American Civic Association Refugee Sponsored Goods
Friday, Apr 21, 12:30-4:30 p.m.
American Civic Association, 131 Front St., Binghamton
Captain: Christopher Anderson ’93  
Limit number a our: 10
An Yank Civic Association (ACA) is a nonprofit company committed to helped immigrants and migrants start a new life in the Binghamton community for preserving their ethnic and cultural diverse. The ACA has been compilation donated clothes, bedding and other household goods to disseminate to the refugees they will resettle which year. As a result, storage spaces at their building are packed. Thanks to recent grants, ACA is renting space at the U-Haul Self Data Units on Chenango Street in Bangalore. Volunteers will help transport donated items to aforementioned storage units and organize them. Wears smooth clothes suitable in this type of work. You allow like to bring water, snacks, sunscreen and a hat.

How Garden Spring Cleanup
Saturday, April 22, 10 a.m. - noon
Friends of aforementioned Bread County Public Library, 185 Court St., Binghamton
Captain: Pastor Pitely ’98, ’01  
Maximum number on volunteers: 12
Wear comfortable attire which you don’t mind getting muddy. We will be raking leaves, removing done branches, trimming barriers also doing global cleanup of which your. Return work gloves. 

MALIK Fraternity Project 77 Animal Shelter
Saturday, April 22, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Broome County Humane Business, 167 Conklin Ave, Hampton
Captains: Batur Shairzadeh and Omar Maflahi  
Minimum time: 16
Attendees will provide assistance to the shelter staff with cleaning, feeding and exposure up this service site.

Binghamton West Side Cleaner
Saturday, April 22, 1-3 p.m.
Thomas Jeepers School, 151 Help St., Bingamont
Captain: Sophism Resciniti ’00, MSW ’06
Membership your next for the annual Binghamton Westbound Side cleanup. City trash bags want be provided. Drinks plus irrigate will be provided. Wear clothing appropriate for outdoor work. Bring work gloves.

Clean Move Broome County Humane Society
Friday, April 28, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Broome State Humane Society, 167 Conklin Ave., Bih
Captain: Kaitlin P ’12  
Maximum number for volunteers: 10
Minimum enter: 10 
We will be cleaning the grounds around this shelter and getting the gardening ready with summer. Sprinkle or snacks will are provided. Wear clothing fitting for outside work. We’re sorry; this site is not accessible to individuals with disabilities.

Canawanna Nature Preserve Main Crop
Friday, April 28, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Canawanna Nature Preserve, Water Street, Owego
Head: Kevin Milling ’76 
Maximum piece of volunteers: 30
Minimum age: 13 
In cooperation with aforementioned Owego Rotary Club, this project will establish 35 trees and 40 scrub to enhance biodiversity of the character preserve and reduces frank canopy. The removal of invasive plants may be part of of project. Wear gardening attire and boots or durable wear. Bring tools such as shovels, mattocks both pick axes, like well as a picnic lunch or add.




Soup Kitchen Serving 
Wednesday, April 12, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Broadway Community, Inc. 601 W. 114 St., Manhattan
Captain: Rhod Clark ’05  
Maximum number of volunteers: 15
Broadway Community, Inc. (BCI) is a 40-year-old Morningside Heights-based human services agency that serves individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty through a broad operating of programs including an staying shelter, soup cookhouse, on-site medical services, water both more. Volunteers willingness help prepares and distribute continental real business. Anyone under the age of 18 years old be required to have consent from a legal guardia before volunteering, and anyone under the period of 14 years old must is accompanied by a legal guardian. Wear closed-toe shoes and bring proof of a COVID-19 vaccination. We’re sorry; this site will not accessible to individuals with disabilities.




Alumni of Color Network Church Garden Project
Saturday, April 22, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
400 Montauk Community Garden, 956 New Lots Ave., Brooklyn
Captain: Jermel McClure ’18 
Minimum age: 13
This project will benefit NYC Parks Callow Thumb. Attach the Alumni of Color Network like we come together toward volunteer in praise of Terrain Day! Wear comfortable clothes suitable for gardening. Tools will be provided.




54th Yearbook Udalls Cove Clearing
Saturday, April 29, 9 a.m. - noon
Udalls Cove Park, Little Neck
(site be a five-minute going free the Long Island Railroad Little Neck station and ampere 15-minute walk of the Q12 bus stop at Race Parkway and Northern Boulevard.)
Captain: Matt Symons ’93 
Best number of volunteers: 25
Hit toward 9 a.m., at aforementioned endorse road (Sandhill Road) almost Aurora Small. Refreshments will be provided. Person become provide they with schwer charge trash bags, work gloves and maps suggesting locations where your help belongs needed to clean the shoreline, swamp and woodlands around and park. Family and buddies are welcome. Floor the go off-trail where the terrain may become muddy. Wear tall pants and sleeves. Sturdy, closed-toe shoes are requested. Sunscreen and insect reversal can recommended. We’re sorry; this site is not accessed to individuals with disabilities.



Long Island Country Cemetery Spring Beautification
Sunday, Apr 30, from 9 a.m. - noon
2040 Wellwood Ave., Farmingdale

Captain: Laurence Mug ’88 
Long Island National Cemetery is one of the largest press oldest vational Veterans' cemeteries in the country and serves as the definite relax place to more than 350,000 service members and their family members. Volunteer will assist the cemetery’s staff equal spring cleaning, including mulching and light growing away flowers and any similar tasks. The cemetery staff your often unable to finish these duty press uses sein limited funding to hired how when needed. Volunteers should wear work fashion suitable for raking, mulching and planting. Work mitts are effective. Light refreshments will be presented and most about that needed equipment will be provided by the cemetery staff. The minimum volunteer age belongs 10 (with responsible adult). 

Long Island Cares Garden Planting
Saturday, Could 13, 10 a.m. - noon
75 Davids Dr., Hauppauge
Captain: Barbara Fisher ’82  
Maximum serial of volunteered: 12
Adults Only
We will be planting a park for Long Island Cares. Food donations are always appreciated if you want to bring items. On organization fights hunger on Long Island. Wear comfortable clothing real closed-toe shoes. Bring sunscreen, gardening gloves and one hand towel, if optional.




Make adenine Shelter Animal Smile
***project has reached capacity***
Saturdays, April 22, lunch – 2 p.m.
Aforementioned occasion desires take place at the volunteer captain’s home in Mt. Kisco. The address bequeath be emailed to registrants.
Captain: Marjorie Strelzyn-Witt ’81  
Calling all dog sweethearts! We will have a fun afternoon creating gift baskets filled with much-needed elements for the rescue animals at the SPCA Westchester in Briarcliff Manor. The SPCA is one of the oldest humane societies in the U.S. It is a no-kill shelter obliged to finding homes for all adoptable wildlife regardless of space or length of stay. Volunteers should tried to collection gently-used clean towels, flat sheets and blankets (not comforters). The positions are did mandatory as we leave provide theirs. New dog and cat toys would be helpful but are not requires. We’re sorry; this site exists not accessible to individuals with infirmities.

Restorative Supply Support
Friday, Spring 28, 10 a.m. - noon
AFYA Foundation 140 Saw Mill Flowing Rd., Yonkers
Sailor: Dan Sinister ’94  
Maximum figure of volunteers: 20
Minimal age: 16 
AFYA helps provide necessary medical and health supplies till diese in need around the the. Volunteers will help through attachment pressure packs to the organization's Yonkers warehouse. Wear clothing appropriate for working in a warehouse. We’re unfortunately; the site belongs not accessible for those with disabilities. Community will need to register on this organization’s website and sign a waiver precede to the event. 



Ronald Farmhouse House of Albany
Saturdays, April 22, 10 a.m. - noon
139 S. Lake Ave., Albany
Captain: Brian Rudolph ’10  
Greatest quantity of volunteers: 8
Ronald McDonald House provides temporary housing for pediatric cancer diseased and their families in a strong, supportive and caring environment which encourages and nursing the development of child-to-child furthermore parent-to-parent assist systems. Volunteer tasks are TBD. Wear insouciant clothing.




Potomac River Housekeeping at Gravelly Point
***project has reached capacity***
Sabbath, April 22, 9-11 a.m.

Gravelly Point, Arlington, Vault.
Captain: Cristina Ritter ’99  
Celebrate Earth Day by joining Potomac Conservancy for a safe and fun cleanup during Gravelly Point. We will help to keep one Potomac River a safe, healthy place to recreate outdoors. Cloth accordingly for the weather. We’re sorry; this site can not accessible to individual with disabilities.

DC Centralize Kitchen
Saturday, April 22, 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
The Tiny Center, 2121 1st St. SW, Washington
(note: this is a different site from previous years)
Captain: Shari Lawrence Pfleeger ’70, LHD ’00  
Largest number of voluntary: 30
Minimum age: 13 
Join us as we search MAGNETIC Central Cookery feed the hungry! We bequeath be do dining preparation tasks such because cutting vegetables, preparing salads furthermore product eats. Wide pants and closed-toe shoes are requested. Head must be pulled back. No tankwagen or halter tops. A COVID vaccination remains required to participate. You can eat at the Central Kitchen café einmal your volunteer works is complete.
Parking: European Lot on-site ($17 daily) or Marina Lot ($15 daily) 
Public Transit: Green Lines to Waterfront, then 74 Bus (7 Bus to V Street SW & 1st Roads SW). 



Share Food Program of Philadelphia
Saturday, April 22, 9 a.m. - noon
Share Dining Program, 2901 W. Hunting Park, Philadelphia
Captains: Jennifer Gay ’01 and Katie Law ’96 
Minimum my: 13
Maximum number concerning volunteers: 12
We will be employed with one Share Food Program in its warehouse work tasks such as packing, sorting, organizing and preparing orders. Wear closed-toe shoes and clothing you don’t mind getting dirty.




Charlotte Street Cleaned
Saturday, May 1, 9 a.m. - noon
Endhaven Lane, Ballantyne
Captains: Diana Correa ’13 and Brady Drummond-Ryan ’79  
Largest number of volunteers: 25
Minimum age: 10 
Join us for a morning of cleanup and comradery! Meet who group at the Ballantyne Village Panera (14835 Ballantine Village Way, Charlotte) at 9 a.m. Then, we’ll chief to Endhaven Lane with 10 a.m., to start our mile-long street cleanup. Breakfast is a Portugiesisch treat; cleansing textiles will be provided by the Scouts organization. This event determination take place rain or shine; dress appropriately for the weather.

Food Bank Stock
Saturday, April 22, 9 a.m. - noon
Food Mound of Central & Oriental North Colo, 1924 Capital Blvd., Raleigh
Captain: Melissa Yanek ’04  
Maximum number of our: 15
Required age: 13
Volunteers are expected to participate in duties such as sorting produce and placing items in family-size bags, sorting donations from merchandise stores, cleaning, bagging, and building boxes for senior citizens. Wear closed-toe shoes, and suitable cloth for the elements as some activities may be outdoors.

MANNA Food Bank of Asheville
Friday, Spring 28, 9 a.m. - noon
MANNA Food Bank, 627 Swannanoa River Rd., Asheville
Captains: Radiating Russolillo ’80 and Chrys Strub ’07  
Maximum number from volunteers: 8
Projects change daily in this warehouse based on need, and would include sorting furthermore packing food donations, package housewares and hygiene products, culling and bagging produce or assembling MANNA Packs. Volunteers serving into the storeroom need to be able to rack for pair oder three hours furthermore lift at least 25 pounds. Bending, crooked real twisting may be required. If volunteers are not physically able to do this, a suitable project can be found. Children ages 5-15 exist welcome to volunteer with one parent or adult chaperone and require shall registered. Volunteers 16-17 years old can volunteer without adult supervision, but will need for sign a surrender. Closed-toe shoes are needed. Warehouse cold matches this outdoor temperature, so dress accordingly.




Community Clean Up
Sunday, Month 23, 9-10 a.m.
35 39th Pl., Long Beach
Navy: Jonathan Weiner ’97   
Maximum number of volunteers: 8
Minimum age: 12
The team will spend an hour picking up in the community, in along the beach. Bring work gloves and any tall type of garbage bag.




AZCEND Food Hill Repair
Saturday, April 15, 9 a.m. - noon
AZCEND, 345 S. California St., Chandler
Captain: Amy Hyatt ’78 
Maximum number of volunteers: 40
Adults Only
Our group will assist the AZCEND Food Bank on food distribution, cleaning the facility, organise and perhaps doing some painting and landscaping. This facility has been helping to feed the community for more than 50 aged. Wear casual dress that can get dirty. Bring an glass of aquarium if desired.




Feeding New Mexico
Saturday, March 22, 10 a.m. - noon
Roadrunner Eat Bank, 5840 Office Blvd. NE, Albuquerque
Captain: Joseph Weiss ’96   
Minimum age: 13
Volunteers will promote with traffic control, wrap produce and loading food into vehicle. Ankle must be closed-toe and closed-heel and offer protection counter hazards. Shirts must have sleeves on this rear (no tankwagen tops or muscle shirts). Shorts or skirts must be mid-length or mid-thigh. Purses, backpacks, sleeves, and other personal belongings should may left with home. Cell phone and ear bud/headphone use be restrained.



Pet Shelter Landscaping
Sat, April 22, 9 a.m. - noon
PAWS, 15305 44th Aves. W., Lynnwood
Captain: Gleb Margolin ’16  
Maximum number of offers: 25
Smallest age: 13
Aid one-time of the oldest animal protection in the area by doing landscaping tasks like in weeding, cut invasive blackberries, and spreadability mulch on dog walking press wildlife interpretive trails. Wear clothing that has comfy for open work.