Join the Harvard Club of Washington DC, Harvard Alumni for Education Shared Interest Group (HAEd) and Living Classrooms, a Baltimore based non-profit that works with returned citizens, in our second joint community service project.
Our project is a clean up effort at Kingman Island, an island in Northeast DC that is managed by Living Classrooms. The second event in our series will take place on Saturday, April 7th, from 10am to 12pm at Kingman Island. Please wear boots and disposable gloves will be provided.
On March 3rd, we succesfully launched #saturdaysocials, an ongoing monthly volunteer opportunity for Harvard Alumni to serve alongside citizens returning to society. Living Classrooms is a non-profit organization committed to strengthening communities and inspiring people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training. One such initiative provides ongoing support to aid formerly incarcerated individuals in adjusting and returning to their community. The "re-entry" initiative focuses on providing marketable work skills and experiential learning for these individuals who are struggling to succeed against terrible odds. We were able to successfully make and deliver 526 sandwiches to local Baltimore residents at our first joint event. Now, we are moving outdoors and focusing on environmental clean up. Interested in learning more about this collaborative volunteer opportunity, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click the link above to start the registration process for the April 7th event. You will be contacted by the event coordinator with additional instructions to complete your registration.
Parking will be through the vendor entrance on 3047 Benning Road NE Washington DC 20002 - directly across the street from the Langston Driving Range. ***We are not able to use RFK Parking Lots on this date so please make sure to follow directions to the vendor entrance.