Western Kentucky University

ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships

Project Affect

Students getting information at Project Affect

 

September 2014

WKU Centennial Mall

The WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships and the WKU Student Activities' Leadership & Volunteerism sponsor an awareness event  called Project Affect. Project Affect is a campus and community engagement fair that offers information on how to get involved through service, as well as engages visitors in hands-on activities reflective of different causes. Countless students came out the event and 38 organizations averaged speaking to 68 students each last year. We look forward to an even greater turnout this year.

 

For information on community organization participation, contact aurelia.spaulding@wku.edu.

For information on student group participation, contact crystal.hardeman@wku.edu.

For information on donations and volunteering, contact julia.rivas@wku.edu.

Project Affect is coordinated by the ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships and WKU Student Activities' Leadership & Volunteerism.

 How can you volunteer?

 

We need to volunteers to help in a number of areas throughout the day for Project Affect. In addition, volunteers are also needed to put out yard signs two days prior.

Volunteer needs

Set up - 9:45am-11:00am ( 3-5 volunteers)

Food distribution - 11:30am-1:00pm (3 volunteers)

Registration  (2-3 volunteers each hour)

Breakdown - 2:45pm-3:30pm (6-10 volunteers)

General assistance (2-3 volunteer throughout)

 Contact Julia Rivas at julia.rivas@wku.edu for information on volunteering.

How you can contribute?

We are looking for organizations to donate giveaways throughout the event. Please contact Aurelia at 270-782-0082 or by email at aurelia.spaulding@wku.edu if you are interested making a financial contribution or donating giveaways.

 

2012 Participating Organizations

Center for Courageous Kids, HOTEL INC, WKU Habitat for Humanity, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, WKU Nonprofit Administration, Kentucky SAFE Foster Care, Regional Child Development Clinics, Omega Phi Alpha, WKU College Democrats, WKU College Republicans, WKU Leadership & Volunteerism, ALIVE Center, Institute for Citizenship & Social Responsibility, The $100 Solution, Hill House, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Phi Sigma Pi, Bowling Green Parks and Recreation, WKU Relay for Life, Hospice of Southern Kentucky, WKU Aging, Invisible Children: WKU Chapter, ASK Bowling Green/Age Friendly, Student Government Association, Bluegrass Institute, TopperWell Peer Health Educators, Boys & Girls Club, and Trew Friends

 Last Modified 10/25/13