I had volunteered in this event the day before and it was very enjoyable and fun so I went back and did meal prep again. Today I attended the symposium where we had a gues speaker from DC central kitchen and it was great to learn about it more, it made my volunteering feel even more worth it.
I really enjoyed being able to prepare food for people in the community, with such an amazing group of volunteers.
I was able to participate in preparing food and sharing the nutritious benefits with the kids at the school, hand out bags of groceries to the community, and clean up afterwards.
I helped DC national park services by volunteering to help plant different types of flower and tulips on the mall by the monuments.
I worked the food tidy up shift at Martha's table where I helped organize, clean and store food for later use. I also helped in loading up the vans that go out to the community for dinner.
Squash Wise is one of the urban squash programs based out of Baltimore that helps under privileged children achieve higher education. This experience was great as it gives us an opportunity to interact with the children and provide them with guidance so hopefully they can achieve their goals.
This event was great as it allows a great opportunity for the GW community to get together and spend time doing activities and participating in fun events, while still giving back and learning about a great cause.
Made cards for Valentine's Day to help hospitalised kids around the US to celebrate and share their love.
Squash Drive is an Urban Squash program that helps kids from underprivileged homes get opportunities to get recruited into collegiate programs. During our winter training trip in California the team had the opportunity to go volunteer and hit with the kids in the program as well as answer their questions about academics and GW specific colleges and programs.