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Pacific’s Volunteer Center offers variety of July events

Jul 2, 2020

The Pacific Volunteer Center has an active July planned, all via Instagram Live. 

“Our student leaders want to continue their involvement and they are hosting how-to events (through the ‘Create to Donate’ series) that encourage folks to learn a skill or project and transfer that new knowledge into a donation to a local community partner” said Marylou Bagus-Hansen, assistant director of the Volunteer Center (formerly the Center for Community Involvement). “Speakers are also sharing how their own volunteer work has informed their careers and passions. 

poster for pet toys

Little Manila Rising

“We’re using Instagram (and Microsoft Teams) to leverage ‘being together’ (during the pandemic) and introducing new students to the work that we’re doing.” 

Create to Donate: Cat Toys and Pet Warmies
July 10, 2 p.m.
Virtually meet with the Volunteer Center on Instagram Live (@PacificVolunteerCenter) to make toys and warm “clothes” for pets. Get creative and use things from your home or work space to create something to give to a local animal shelter or rescue. 

Nonprofit Spotlight: Little Manila Rising 
July 15, 5:30 p.m.
Follow @PacificVolunteerCenter to watch Dillon Delvo from Stockton’s Little Manila Rising, a nonprofit focused on the community’s Filipino heritage. He will talk about his work with historical preservation and environmental justice.

Link to university calendar posting:

Create to Donate: Re-growing veggies
July 24, 2 p.m.
Join the Volunteer Center and Sustaining Pacific to learn how to stretch your groceries and share your bounty with your neighbors and local food banks.

RSVP by sending a direct message to @PacificVolunteerCenter on Instagram or emailing to get and invitation to the Microsoft Teams meeting.

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