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Martin Luther King, Jr., Day of Service
Monday, January 16, 2017

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.


The Office of Student Life and Activities is seeking volunteers!
Our project this year will be in coordination with Volunteers of America Delaware Valley.

Event location: 408-416 Line Street, Camden, NJ 08103
Transportation will not be provided for this event.

We will have the opportunity to be a part of a team who will help give back to the community.We will be helping to serve lunch, bake cookies, and create arts & crafts with children.

Here is a brief outline of the schedule for the day:

10 a.m.
Welcome - Camden County College Administration and VOA Staff

10:10 a.m. – 12 Noon
Volunteers will paint with children, bake cookies, and serve lunch to clients

12 Noon – 12:30 p.m.
Lunch provided by CCC Office of Student Life and Activities

1 – 2 p.m.
Clean up projects

2 p.m.
Final recap of day's event


RSVP

Reserve your seat as part of the CCC TEAM! We need you to make it happen!
RSVP by emailing your name, College affiliation, cell phone number and t-shirt size to
  jtenuto@camdencc.edu (only 25 volunteer slots available).

Any questions, please contact Jackie Tenuto, Assistant Dean for Student Development and Support at  jtenuto@camdencc.edu or (856)374-5088.

By serving together, we can extend Dr. King's legacy of doing for others and build a brighter future for all!

See you on Monday, January 16!


About Volunteers of America Delaware Valley

The Volunteers of America Delaware Valley provides community-based assistance to populations in need so that they can lead self-fulfilled, independent lives .Volunteers of America Delaware Valley is committed to being a national leader in identifying and providing for those in need. They are recognized as a catalyst for transforming the lives and circumstances of individuals, families and communities.

Anna Sample Complex

In May 1988, Volunteers of America Delaware Valley dedicated this homeless shelter in honor of Anna M. Sample, a woman who devoted her life to fighting poverty in the City of Camden.  This 93-bed Transitional Housing program serves homeless families and single women. This program focuses on assisting our clients in becoming self-sufficient members of the community. Residents receive 24-hour supervision, case management and counseling. Programs include life skills workshops, drug and alcohol awareness, recreational enrichment, parenting & life skills, and a referral network.