Super Service Saturday 11/16/13


Volunteers can register up until Friday at Noon the day before the scheduled Super Service Saturday.

Date: 11/16/2013

Loaves and Fishes - 8:20am - 1pm
MedWish International - 8:00am - 1:00pm
United Way of Portage County - 8:15:am - 2:30pm
Goodwill - 8:30am - 1:30pm
Center of Hope - 8:15am - 1pm
Kent Community Dinner - 4:45pm - 8:15pm
Downtown Kent Cleanup - 10:00am - 1:00pm - **DOUBLE HOURS**
*End times are approximate

Loaves and Fishes - Volunteers will prepare hot meals for those in need and have the opportunity to interact with those served. Transportation is provided by PARTA. Please meet at the C-Midway (in front of the ROTC building on front campus) bus stop at 8:20 am. You will meet your student leader and report to your service site from there.

MedWish International - Volunteers will help organize and sort donated medical supplies to be shipped overseas for those in need. Please meet at the Student Center bus stop by 8:00 am. You will meet your student leader and report to your service site from there.

United Way of Portage County - Volunteers will be creating literacy kits for kids in Portage County. Transportation is provided by PARTA. Please meet at the C-Midway (in front of the ROTC building on front campus) bus stop at 8:15 am. You will meet your student leader and report to your service site from there.

GoodWill - Kent - Volunteers will be assisting in sorting used donations and displaying them. Please meet at the C-Midway (in front of the ROTC building on front campus) bus stop at 8:30 am. You will meet your student leader and report to your service site from there.

Center of Hope - Volunteers will prepare breakfast for those in need and have the opportunity to interact with those served. Transportation is provided by PARTA. Please meet at the C-Midway (in front of the ROTC building on front campus) bus stop at 8:15 am. You will meet your student leader and report to your service site from there.

Kent Community Dinner - Volunteers will prepare for the event, serve those in need and clean-up after the meal. This site is at the Cohn Jewish Student Center on KSU campus. Volunteers are invited to eat the meal (generously provided by Hillel) and are strongly encouraged to bring canned food donations for our local foodbank as well. Please meet at the Student Center bus stop at 4:45pm with your canned food donation. You will meet your student leader and report to your service site from there. The event will go to approximetly 8:15pm.

Downtown Kent Cleanup - Volunteers will help cleanup Kent for a pre-holiday and pre-winter cleaning of our downtown.. Students are asked to provide their own transportation for this event. Volunteers will meet at the tent and table located at the Hometown Bank Plaza (on the corner of Water St. and Main St.) where directions will be given and supplies will be handed out (bags, gloves, brooms, buckets, etc.). The event will go to approximetly 1:00pm. **DOUBLE HOURS FOR COURT ORDERED PARTICIPANTS**

For questions regarding this event, contact Ryan Tipton at rtipton@kent.edu. Please note that we ask all our volunteers to wear comfortable clothes that they don't mind getting dirty, as well as long pants, and closed toed shoes. We also suggest bringing a water bottle and sunscreen if your service site is outdoors.

Kent State University is committed to making its programs and activities accessible to those individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Amy Quillin, Student Accessibility Services, at 330-672-3391 or aquillin@kent.edu.


 

 





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