Spring 2013 GSOM Day of Service
saturday, april 13, 2013 | 9-2pm
For the third year, the Boston College Carroll School of Management Graduate Programs will partner with the West End House Boys and Girls Club for an afternoon of giving back to the community.
West End House Boys and Girls Club: Located in Allston, WEH is an independent Boys and Girls Club in the City of Boston that has been transforming the lives of immigrant and urban youth since its founding in 1906. With 75% of WEH families earning less than $25,000 per year and 70% of the young people served coming from single parent households, the WEH is truly reaching the children and teens most in need. The West End House offers its 1,500 members an integrated array of programs across four broad areas: leadership and life skills; academic support and college preparation; sports, fitness and nutrition; and visual and performing arts. In support of these programs, the WEH also serves over 1,200 healthful hot meals to members every week.
What will GSOM students be doing to support WEH?
Boston College's Carroll School of Management volunteers will assist with various projects to help improve the conditions of the Club in anticipation of their annual fundraiser. Activities could include: painting, mopping, room organization and landscaping.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
West End House
105 Allston Street, Allston MA 02134
Thank You for your interest!
Due to an overwhelming response, we are no longer accepting RSVPs.
All students will receive credit for five hours of service for their participation. We currently have space for 35 volunteers. If more than 35 students RSVP, a waitlist will be created and students will be notified if additional space becomes available.
We hope that you will join us as we live the Carroll School of Management's Graduate Program's motto "through cooperation and integrity we prosper."