This Saturday, approximately 700 students participating in William and Mary’s fifth annual Make A Difference Day will be doing exactly that. Volunteering at over 20 sites, groups ranging in size from five to up to one-hundred people will be donating their time as members of various campus organizations. Together, students will assist at a variety of localities ranging from elementary schools to the Salvation Army, many of which have asked for help with hurricane cleanup.
Campus organizations that have yet to sign up for a project may still do so by contacting Drew Stelljes in the Office of Student Volunteer Services at 221-3263 or by email at email@example.com. Two more volunteer opportunities remain available, either assisting with hurricane relief at Peninsula Agency on Aging or doing various activities at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. As the largest one-day service event held by the campus, over 3,500 hours of volunteer work are expected to be donated.