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Yale Day of Service

Come serve the community with your fellow Yalies!

The Yale Club of San Francisco is sponsoring three different service projects, two in SF and one in Oakland.  To sign up for a service project, click on the link following the description.


San Francisco

San Francisco Food Bank  -- SITE FILLED!  (Try one of the other sites below or check back as we may add a third site!)
12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
900 Pennsylvania Avenue in a Warehouse, San Francisco, CA
www.sffoodbank.org

During the project shift, volunteers help to get food ready to be distributed to soup kitchens, food pantries, after-school programs, and all of the other 600+ places that feed people in need for free throughout the city.  Projects typically involve sorting donations from food drives and grocery stores, repackaging bulk items into more useful portions, cleaning and boxing fresh produce, or stocking grocery shelves.  In a single shift, you can work with food that will impact thousands throughout SanFrancisco.  This site can accomodate up 50 volunteers.

Day of Service Site Coordinator:  Grace Barresi
                                                                    gbarresi@gene.com
                                                                    917-699-3115

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San Francisco

 San Francisco Parks and Recreation "Paint the Playground"

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Washington Square, Corner of Filbert and Powell, San Francisco, CA


Come to the heart of North Beach and paint a much loved playground.  This project is part of a larger District 3 park and street clean and green day.  It is facilitated by Recreation and Park Department painting crew.  Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes, long pants and clothes that you can throw away.  Event will be cancelled in event of rain.

Paints/supplies will be present at site.  Donations for supplies is greatly appreciated, but not mandatory. This site can accomodate up to 20 volunteers (ages 11 and up).  

Day of Service Site Coordinator:  Grace Barresi
                                                                    gbarresi@gene.com
                                                                    917-699-3115

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 San Francisco

 Yale NorCal Association of Asian American Yale Alumni Day of Service Project at Angel Island 

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Angel Island Ferry, 21 Main St., Tiburon, CA 94920, San Francisco, CA

Come and join AAAYA's Northern California chapter as we participate in the Yale Day of Service at theAngel Island Immigration Station.  Located in the middle of San Francisco Bay and regarded as the "Ellis Island of the West," Angel Island Immigration Station was routinely the first stop for immigrants crossing the Pacific Ocean between 1910 and 1940. It is an important part of California and Asian American history, with incomparable vistas of the Bay. 

Once we get to the island, we'll take a tour of the barracks (visit www.aiisf.org for all the history of this site, through which thousands of Asian and other immigrants came to this country) and then get to work!  We will focus on landscape beautification (a.k.a. weeding, cleaning of the site and the stairs to the barracks, etc.). We will also be setting up the site for a poetry reading the next day, part of the programs of the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation.


Day of Service Site Coordinator:  Grant Din '79 and Wei-Tai Kwok '85

   2009 Yale Day of Service AAAYA Project Organizers 
                                                                   YaleAAAYA@gmail.com

 

 

To sign up for this service project, please go to:  http://angelisland16may2009.eventbrite.com/ 

 

 


 Oakland

Save the Bay

Sponsored by the Yale Club of San Francisco
Saturday, May 16, 2009
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Martin Luther King Jr. Shoreline, Oakland, CA

Help Save The Bay and restore this urban shoreline, which includes some of the last remaining wetland habitats in the East Bay and is home to many species including the endangered California clapper rail and burrowing owls. Volunteers will remove non-native, invasive plants from the marshes, as well as perform other activities like shoreline clean-ups, watering and work in our on-site native plant nursery.

No experience necessary. Gloves, tools and instruction provided. Each event is led by Save The Bay staff certified in CPR and Wilderness First Aid and all site projects have been planned to ensure safety. Site can accomodate up to 30 volunteers.

Day of Service Club Coordinator: Amy Segal
                                                                     ajsegal@aya.yale.edu             
                                                                     510-237-1466

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