do-gooder noun, adjective (1): one who makes a positive difference in the lives of others for the fun of it (2): one who serves.
Do-Gooder Day has grown into Cleveland State University’s largest spring service day with over 250 participants coming together to go out and give back to the community. More than a dozen projects are offered throughout Greater Cleveland for CSU volunteers. This year, we are happy to announce a partnership with Business Volunteers Unlimited, or BVU. We are working with them to identify many diverse volunteer opportunities in the Cleveland area throughout the day of April 27th. There will be an opportunity to serve in various capacities, including an added on campus project for those that cannot commit a great deal of time, but still want to be involved!
WHAT IS DO-GOODER DAY? In 2003, a student and member of SGA started Do-Gooder Day as a part of his advanced leadership certification program with the Center for Leadership & Service. He saw the need to bring together members of CSU during National Volunteer Week, a time of celebration around the country where people of all ages come together to better their local neighborhoods. Come spend some time with Business Volunteers Unlimited and Cleveland State University staff, faculty, students, friends and family to make a difference in Cleveland.
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|The Center for Service & Leadership, Business Volunteers Unlimited, CSU Student Government Association and Viking Expeditions|