A Pathway to Service
October 22, 2011
Service comes in many different forms and the definition may vary from person to person. Whether you are volunteering at Abbe Hall or Victory house,
one type of service is not necessarily better than the other because each meets a different community need. We try to offer programs that are meaningful
and it is important to recognize that every person can do their part in making our community a better place to live and learn. Take advantage of
opportunities to help others and sign up for some of our programs!
As always, feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, or
would like to get involved!
Spotlight: SERVE Trips Applications Due
Are you interested in spending your Spring break doing something fun yet meaningful? Would you like to meet new people and travel outside of the Bethlehem
community to engage in service activities around the country? If so, you should consider applying for springSERVE 2011!
Upcoming Volunteer opportunities for you
Blood Drive 11/29/11 - 11/30/11
Holiday Hope Chest
Would your group or organization like to provide gifts for South Bethlehem children in need this holiday season? We invite you to take part in the Holiday Hope Chest program. In coalition with the Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley, we hope to fill over 150 gift boxes for children in our area. If your group would like to participate, please email email@example.com with how many boxes you will be able to create! We will then provide you with the first names, ages and genders of the children who will be receiving your Holiday Hope Chests. We ask groups to fill shoeboxes with new items appropriate for the age and gender of the recipient. Your contributions make a tremendous difference to South Bethlehem families in need. We look forward to hearing from you!
Feel Good Friday
Each Friday the Community Service Office takes a group of volunteers to an on or off campus site for a service event. Potential events include going to Abbe Hall to work with senior citizens or to Volunteers of America where volunteers spend their time with kids in the Lehigh Valley. Trips generally last from 3-5pm, and this month they will take place on 11/18. This is a great opportunity to volunteer and brighten someone elses day. To sign up now e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Feel Good Friday
Broughal Bowling - Volunteers Needed 11/18/11
The Community Service Office is excited to announce that the first Broughal
Bowling trip was a huge success! The second trip will be on November
18th,Friday from 5:00PM to 8:00PM! This is the last Broughal Bowling trip
for the semester so do not miss your chance to sign up. Spots are available
for volunteers to join Broughal Middle School students on our trip
(transportation provided) to Town and Country Lanes to enjoy an evening
filled with bowling and creative connections to state math standards.
Donegan Elementary School Looking for Volunteers
Interested in getting involved with children, doing community service, and gaining teaching experience? Due to a complete loss of funding for after school
programming, Donegan Elementary School is looking for volunteers to run and assist with after school programs. Volunteers can be individuals, groups, clubs,
or organizations. Your task would be to plan and implement an after school program on a weekly basis. Programs can be based on volunteers' skills and interests.
We are seeking a wide array of programs to provide enrichment and life experiences for the elementary school students!
$5,000 Percy Hughes Award Nominations Due 12/1/11
$5,000 Percy Hughes Award for Scholarship, Humanity, and Social Change- DUE
Volunteering for the Homeless
For 17 weeks from December through the end of March, there will be housing at 12 churches throughout the Bethlehem area for the homeless. We need
people willing to stay overnight ,approximately 7PM-7AM,Sunday through Saturday.There will be a need for this at most of the churches. Dinners and
Breakfast will be served. We also need Volunteers for driving the homeless to the different church locations.
Northeast Ministry is a social service non-profit organization that has been serving the needs of individuals living in the public housing development
of Northeast Bethlehem for thirty years. Our primary focus is helping the children living in the Marvine Pembroke community reach their potential in
life and break the cycle of dependence. We offer an afterschool program and a seven week summer program for the children in the development.
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