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Box Tops for Education Collection
Many of us throw away the Box Tops for Education labels that are on products we use daily. Saville Elementary is a Riverside school that Wright State students currently work with. Saville has an Excellent education rating, but also has a high population of needy students. Collecting and donating the Box Tops for Education allows the school to shop for needed supplies and is an easy way we can help. If you are willing to donate your Box Tops for Education to Saville Elementary, please send them to Joanie Hendricks at 228 University Hall.
Features 25+ community non-profit organizations offering volunteer opportunities.
How you can participate: Attend the event and promote attendance to students
Encourages Wright State employees to engage in community service opportunities by providing time off from work to volunteer.
Coordinates ~20 volunteers to staff hydration stations for the 5K on Friday evening.
Creates get well and holiday cards for children at Dayton Children's Hospital.
How you can participate: Participate in the event on campus or organize an office card making event.
Provides a new, unwrapped gift or toy for children 17 years old or younger. Barrels will be located around campus for donations in late November. Toys for Tots distributes collected toys as Christmas gifts for less fortunate children in the community.
In coordination with Greene County Children's Services, provides an opportunity for individuals, groups, and/or organizations to "adopt" a family for the holiday by providing gifts based on their wish lists.
Various collections are coordinated throughout the year for on and off-campus non-profit groups. Past donation drives have included the campus Friendship Food Pantry, Personal Care & Student Parent/Caregiver Pantry, Raid Our Closet, Crayons to Classrooms, and Hannah's Treasure Chest.
How you can participate: In addition to donations, volunteers are needed to organize and transport the gifts.