General Meeting - March 2003
group leaves at 10am.
group leaves at 2:30pm.
at Student Center Steps at times indicated above.
location and contacts
volunteer opportunities (All the time):
needed for CASPAR
Mural - for more detail please see below*
Joel says that we have permission to paint a giant mural. This Saturday
we will be going to CASPAR in 2 groups: (10am and 2:30pm). Meet on the
front steps of the Student Center to head over. Feel free to come late/leave
early if you cannot make these times. We'll be taking a complete tour
of the facilities to get a better idea of what aspects of CASPAR facilities
need improvement. Remember...we have $975 raised from Nat? Hunger and
Homelessness Awareness Week (last semester? fundraiser) to spend to
improve this place! Also we need to start brainstorming ideas for our
mural. We will be starting a notebook/log that will be left at CASPAR
front desk to let other members know what's going on in terms of the
In efforts to improve the CASPAR facility, we will also be contacting
dormitory house managers about extra furniture to donate to CASPAR.
(Who wants to ask the Marriot for an spare lamp???)
of all Nations: Problem with their water pipes..
March Sunday Bread
is still closed for repairs and renovation. We will not be able to do
our March and April Sunday Bread this year. We are considering sending
them a donation to help with repair expenses.
can help out in two ways~:
Man our booth during Walk For Hunger. We are planning to give out
water and cheer people.
for hunger~* and collect money from your MIT friends!
1st Sunday of May
first Sunday of May...May 4th this year. Hunger Action will be setting
up a pledging booth in lobby 10 or the Student Center to collect sponsor
donations. We will be organizing a walking team, and also setting up
an "encouragement booth" on Mem. Drive for those volunteers
who are not walking-inclined. Remember...you do NOT have to walk all
20 miles...although there is free Ben&Jerry's at the end...
have money to DONATE!
are thinking about donating money to CASPAR and Church of All Nations.
Buy something meaningful for them instead of pure monetary donation
such as furnitures, lamp,
Let us know
where we can donate them.
Asking for monetary & clothing donation.
Sundays 10:00am - 2:00pm.
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining
interested in volunteering at a nice, elegant-as-they-get soup kitchen,
try Rosie's Place (http://www.rosies.org). If you're looking for someone
to go with, email email@example.com and a group can be arranged.
Rosie's is a great place to volunteer and the facilities are wonderful.
However, it is never short on help, and Hunger Action would like to
focus most of its attention on CASPAR.
emailed Rich Berlin, the "MIT Dining King/Chief" and are awaiting
his response. Presumably, we will be allowed to salvage from any non-Sodexo
food service. We just need his official "go ahead." We will
be considering using MIT SafeRide to transport the food to CASPAR...that
is, unless Mr. Berlin can provide transportation for us.
staying on campus during summer can contact us to continue CASPAR weekend
service and even food salvage