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30 Days of Giving 2019, Day 11: Purchase Students Go On Breakfast Run To Help The Homeless

This fall, the SUNY Purchase College Activities Board took students to participate in the Breakfast Run, a program hosted through the Midnight Run, a non-profit organization that orchestrates different morning and night time runs to provide clothes, food, and toiletries to the homeless population in New York City. Putting together the breakfast runs at Purchase […]

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30 Days of Giving 2019, Day 10: Dodgeball Tournament at Hudson Valley Helps Families in Need

For the second consecutive year, the Hudson Valley Community College Student-Athletes Leading Together (S.A.L.T.) sponsored a charity dodgeball tournament in the McDonough Sports Complex. The 2019 tournament, which included five teams of students, faculty and staff, raised $180 toward the Ronald McDonald House Charities, which was the same charity the tournament supported last year. S.A.L.T. […]

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30 Days of Giving 2019, Day 9: Common Hour Street Clean-Up at Genesee Community College

In honor of Earth Day 2019, the Sustainability Committee of Genesee Community College organized a “Common Hour” Clean-up this year on Thursday, May 2nd. All seven of GCC’s campus locations coordinated a specific clean up event in their own community or campus. In addition to cleaning the shoulders of the road, campus or a public […]

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30 Days of Giving 2019, Day 8: Old Westbury Students Walk for Autism

The SUNY Old Westbury student chapter of the Council of Exceptional Children (CEC) is more than a group of future teachers learning, supporting, and navigating their road to graduation  together. They also display an understanding of the mission and social justice focus that SUNY Old Westbury represents. In October, the CEC members were among the […]

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30 Days of Giving 2019, Day 7: Combatting Food Insecurity at Herkimer County CC

According to a recent survey, about 48% of students in two-year institutions across the United States experienced food insecurity within the last 30 days. To ensure all students have adequate access to nutrition, Herkimer County Community College opened the doors to The General’s Cupboard. This on-campus resource provides free canned and packaged food and other […]