Students and faculty Sinclair Community College volunteered time on October 25th and 26th in support of their community as part of the national Make A Difference Day. Working in conjunction with Join Hands Miami Valley members of the Sinclair family worked to address issues of literacy, poverty and community organized by the Greater Dayton United Way.
More than 70 students and staff volunteered over two days to sort books for Project Read, throw a Halloween Party for the Boys and Girls Club of Dayton, paint office space for the Five Rivers MetroParks, guide visitors through an “enchanted forest” at Aullwood Farm and Garden and organize donations for Compassion 1st.
For additional details contact David Bodary through the Service Learning Office at Sinclair Community College.
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