AFLSE DC Chapter Community Service Event



The DC Chapter of the LSE Alumni and Friends, along with other British University Alumni groups including Oxford, Cambridge, Kings, Edinburgh, SOAS, LSYTM, will be sending a team of volunteers to the Hands On DC Work-A-Thon on April 30th, and would like to invite you and your friends and family for a fun morning of service to the community. RSVP’s must be received by April 16th for participation.  

Each spring at Hands On DC's annual Work-a-thon, over 2,000 Hands on DC volunteers from across Washington, DC spend one day working in approximately 30 DC public schools on basic improvement projects such as painting, cleaning, landscaping, and special projects like rehabilitating playgrounds and wiring classrooms for Internet access. The Work-a-thon this year will be held on Saturday, April 30th, 2011.

 

Details:

 

Date/Time: Saturday, April 30th, 2011. Volunteers will arrive at schools at 9:00 and work on projects until 2pm, taking a break for lunch as a group. A celebration party with the other teams/locations will take place at a location TBD later that night.

 

Location: The British University Team will most likely be placed at Mamie Lee School, a five minute walk from the Fort Toten Metro on both the Red and Yellow/Green Lines. Project will primarily take place outside and include landscaping and painting projects.

 

Friends and family including children ages 12+ are welcome to join.

 Please sign up to online here:

https://www.kintera.org/faf/search/searchTeamPart.asp?ievent=463941&lis=1&kntae463941=DAB0C3C1FA3843A59DF4C1FE2671E7A0&supId=321829767&team=4086591

 

***RSVP’s must be received by April 16th for participation***

 

Questions about the team should be directed to Anne Wingate, aawingate@gmail.com.



Washington, DC: Community Service Morning
Saturday, 04/30/11 at 8:45am

The DC chapter of LSE Alumni and Friends will be sending a team of volunteers to participate in the Hands On DC Work-a-Thon.

***RSVP’s must be received by April 16th for participation***

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