75 Hours for Fairfield’s 75th Anniversary

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75 Hours for Fairfield’s 75th Anniversary

As Fairfield University marks it’s 75th birthday, Campus Ministry is launching 75 Hours for Service during the University’s celebration year.

Fairfield University has a strong history of serving the community around us and there is no better way to celebrate our anniversary than giving back. Campus Ministry is asking students, faculty and staff to commit to 75 hours of service by volunteering with any organization in the next year to be a part of this ambitious community service initiative.

Campus Ministry offers community service programs at Boys and Girls Clubs, Connecticut Food Bank, Bryan School Book Club, McGivney Community Center, Caroline House, Bridgeport Rescue Mission, Prospect House, St. Charles Food Pantry and more.

For more information about how to get involved in the service for Fairfield, email Katie Byrnes, campus minister, at kbyrnes@fairfield.edu. Tell us how you’ve volunteered your time for this year by @FairfieldU with #Fairfield75 on social.

For more information about Fairfield’s 75th, please visit fairfield.edu/75.

 

Last modified: 02-01-17 1:48 PM

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