Come further our mission of social justice and lend a helping hand to others at Roosevelt University’s American Dream Service Day on Thursday, Sept. 14.
Getting involved is easy. Simply sign up for one or more of three service activities–one hour time slots are available from 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Rooftop Garden: Participants will have the chance to get their hands dirty at Roosevelt University’s rooftop garden. Planting, pruning, watering and harvesting will be on offer as volunteers work to green at least one corner of the asphalt jungle.
Feed the Starving Children: Hunger is something that afflicts all too many of the nation’s children these days. Participants will help get food to the needy. Volunteers will break down large pallets of food into individual boxes for needy families. You can learn more about Hunger Projects at feedingchildreneverywhere.com.
United Nations Cause Advocacy: The Roosevelt United Nations organization and ONE.org will provide the opportunity to call and/or write the president and members of Congress to advocate for the passage of a bill to provide education for all.
Volunteers are welcome to join the American Dream Service Day kick off at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 14 in Fainman Lounge (Auditorium Building, second floor). Continental breakfast will be available from 8:30–9:30 a.m.
Tweet about Service Day with the conference hashtag: #AmDreamConf