Rutgers Alumni Day of Service
About Rutgers Alumni Day of Service - November 10 (Rutgers' Charter Day)
The annual Rutgers Alumni Day of Service movement brings together hundreds of alumni volunteers to make an impact in their own local communities—all in the name of Rutgers, all on one day. See a full listing of Day of Service events below to volunteer for a project near you.
Rutgers University’s commitment to service dates back to its founding fathers on Rutgers’ Charter Day, November 10, 1766. Thus, this program is inspired by the actions of Rutgers alumni and their long tradition of service. Read more information about Rutgers Charter Day here
Throughout the world, Rutgers alumni are making a difference every day. While one day of service cannot meet every need in every community, bringing all Rutgers alumni together to make a difference at one time can have a substantial impact on both the individuals involved in this shared experience and the greater community. Projects will be alumni-led and reflect the diversity of alumni interests and passions. Some projects will be big, some will be small, and together… their impact will be great.
View photos of the 2012 Rutgers Alumni Day of Service here
RUAA Signature Projects
Saturday, November 09, 2013
RUAA Signature Project - Neighborhood Center, Camden, NJ
RUAA Signature Project - Rutgers Gardens
Monday, November 11, 2013
RUAA Signature Project - Cathedral Kitchen, Camden, NJ
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
RUAA Signature Project - Community FoodBank of NJ
- To bring Rutgers alumni together on one day to provide hands-on service to their communities
- To engage alumni project leaders in identifying community needs, planning projects and recruiting participants.
- To have a substantial impact on the individuals involved in this shared experience
- To have a substantial impact on the community
- To demonstrate that the RUAA commits to integrity, service, and diversity.
Frequently Asked Questions
As a project leader...
In order to engage thousands of alumni in community service projects throughout world on November 10, hundreds of alumni project leaders are needed to identify community needs, plan projects and recruit project participants. The project leaders are vital to the success of this program, and we value the time and energy volunteers will commit to this role. Staff will serve as a resource to all project leaders. If you are interested in becoming a project leader, contact Ashley Santillo at 848-932-2283 or email@example.com
for staff support in coordinating a service initiative. After you have coordinated the project specifics be sure to submit your volunteer service project to Ralumni.com/eventrequest
(be sure to select “yes” when asked if your event is part of the Rutgers Alumni Day of Service). Once your project is registered, it will be added to the RUAA calendar and included on all Rutgers Alumni Day of Service communication so others can sign up to volunteer.
As a volunteer...
Register to participate in one of the projects listed on the right-hand side of this page, and make a difference in your local community.
Get Connected & Win Prizes
Post a photo of your volunteer service project in action on Facebook
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using the hashtag #RUAADayofService
by November 30, and you'll be entered to win a spirit pack and Rutgers Basketball tickets to a home game of your choice! Connect with us and follow the conversation with #RUAADayofService
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