All alumni are invited to join us for an Alumni Community Service Project following Family Mass on Sunday, May 1 in Centennial Center at Marist School. We will be packing first aid kids for Aid the Journey, Inc. A non-profit organization founded by Marist alumna Kennedy Walls, class of 2020. Aid the Journey provides practical and personalized medical kits to refugees and asylum seekers in Clarkston, Georgia.
How can you help? We need both in-person volunteers and donations towards the supplies for the packs. The supplies for each complete kit costs $5.00 to produce. Our goal is to assemble 400 packs. To assist us in reaching our goal, we have two donors who are willing to match our alumni contributions up to $500.00 each.
Join us!Alumni Community Service Projectbenefitting Aid the Journey, Inc. Sunday, May 1, 2022Family Mass: 11:00 a.m.Service Project: Immediately following MassLocation: Centennial Center, Marist SchoolRSVP and Donate here. Please note: You do not need to make a monetary donation to participate in this project.
Suggested Donations:1 pack = $5.005 packs = $25.0010 packs = $50.00
Marist School’s Alumni Engagement program, which is a key part of the Office for Institutional Advancement, focuses on building, maintaining, and strengthening relationships with the school’s 10,000 alumni as well as with the growing body of parents of alumni. Various alumni initiatives, events, awards, and publications are aimed at fostering relationships that bind the school and alumni in a sense of common purpose and advance the school’s mission and goals.