The East Bay Haas Alumni Network Chapter and the Haas School of Business cordially invites you and your family to the First Annual Haas Community Day volunteering event at the Alameda Point Collaborative. Please join us for a great opportunity to serve our community while interacting with current students and alumni.
Date: Sunday, April 10, 2011
Time: 10 am – 3 pm (Alumni and family can sign up via shifts and volunteer any number of hours to fit their schedules)
Alameda Point Collaborative
677 West Ranger Avenue
Alameda, CA 94501
Snacks to be provided; lunch tentatively planned as a community BBQ with Alameda Point Collaborative. More details to come soon.
Parking is plentiful and easily available near the Alameda Point Collaborative.
Description Of Event:
The First Annual Haas Community Day brings together current MBA/EWMBA/BCE students, alumni and their families to participate in a volunteer event benefiting the Alameda Point Collaborative through the Haas Challenge 4 Charity organization. Through a mix of outdoor activities and volunteering, Haas can make a positive difference for our community. Please join us in planting, landscaping, painting, farming and playing with the APC community. Children are enthusiastically welcomed!
10 AM – 12 PM: First Volunteer Shift
12 PM – 1 PM: Lunch
1 PM – 3 PM: Second Volunteer Shift
- Minor construction
- Indoor/Outdoor Kids area
- Outdoor sports and activities with APC families
We are planning for the community day to be held RAIN or SHINE.
Haas Challenge 4 Charity (C4C): The MBA Challenge for Charity is a non-profit organization that draws on the talents, energy, and resources of MBA students from nine West Coast business schools to support Special Olympics, Boys and Girls Clubs, and other family-related local charities, to develop business leaders with a lifelong commitment to community involvement and social responsibility. Since 1996, C4C has contributed over $4.6 million for Special Olympics and other local charities, as well as donated tens of thousands of hours of community service.
C4C remains the World’s Largest MBA Non-Profit Organization. Haas C4C is one of the largest MBA organizations on campus and competes with other west coast MBA programs in raising money for charitable causes, serving the community and competing in a sports weekend. C4C culminates and is celebrated at the C4C Sports Weekend in April. Last year, Haas fared well, taking 1st place in the golf, trivia, ultimate frisbee and spelling bee competitions. 2nd and 3rd place finishers included co-ed soccer, squash, co-ed softball, dodgeball and co-ed football.
Alameda Point Collaborative (APC): APC is a unique neighborhood located on 34 acres of Alameda Point. At APC, we work to end homelessness by providing housing and services to create communities where formerly homeless families and individuals can flourish. APC is situated on the former Alameda Naval Air Station, and operates 239 housing units. APC provides affordable housing, job training, health services and employment in a community that fosters support and interaction. APC operates a community garden, bike shop, commercial plant nursery, health center and community center.
For questions, contact:
Brandon Pae: firstname.lastname@example.org
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