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Medaille College Participates in 2014 United Way Day of Caringnext


On Wednesday, August 20, 2014, faculty, staff, students and Medaille alumni participated in the 2014 United Way Day of Caring. The Day of Caring is Western New York's largest community service event, mobilizing thousands of volunteers to complete hands-on community service projects organized annually by the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County.

With over 100 participants from Medaille, seven teams took on various projects across Buffalo including assisting with bulk mailings, picking up garbage  at local parks, organizing and painting classrooms and more. 

You can view pictures from the various sites that the Medaille community assisted at here.  

Pictured: A group of resident assistants (RAs) assisted with outdoor maintenance at the Buffalo Central Terminal. From (L-R) Joanna Young (graduate assistant for programming), Jessica Bessette '16, Erica Mongelli '17, and Korry Kackson '16.

 

 

 

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