School of Public Health Service Day
What is Service Day?
The School of Public Health exists to help our neighbors near and far. Service Day puts that into practice with one mass day of volunteering on March 24th, 2018, which falls just before the start of Public Health Week worldwide (April 2-8).
Service Day connects the School of Public Health community - including students, alumni, faculty and staff - by promoting health and engaging the community. Groups and individuals will volunteer in their local communities while representing the School of Public Health. It is centered around a project that can help make a difference in your local community. Examples include volunteering at a food bank, painting a community center, and planting a community garden.
Join us! Service Day provides students with an engaging and rewarding day, alums an opportunity to connect and build a Michigan community away from Ann Arbor, while faculty and staff support their local communities and connect outside of the office.
Where We Will Be Serving
- Gleaners in Pontiac
- Gleaners in Taylor
- Gleaners in Detroit
- Gleaners in Warren
- World Medical Relief
- Growing Hope
- Huron River Watershed Council
- Nichols Arboretum
- Flint Water Distribution with Shiloh Baptist Church
- Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Huron Valley
*Registration for all Service Day sites is now closed.
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