The third and final Bruins Give Back volunteer service event of Kellogg Community College’s Fall 2017 semester will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Dec. 1, at three locations in Battle Creek, including two Habitat for Humanity sites.
A campus-wide service initiative of the College’s Service-Learning office, Bruins Gives Back brings KCC students and employees together in service through volunteering at locations in and around Battle Creek. Volunteers for the Dec. 1 event can choose to serve at one of the following locations:
- The Habitat for Humanity ReStore, where volunteers will help prepare and organize donations for Christmas.
- A Habitat for Humanity build site, where volunteers will help with general labor tasks such as painting, small home repairs, cleaning, etc.
- KCC’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center campus, where volunteers will help prepare the lights for Binder Park Zoo’s ZooLights holiday displays.
Bruins Give Back is held from 9 a.m. to noon on Fridays up to three times per semester, and past events have been located at elementary schools, community gardens and at various locations on campus at KCC, to name a few.
All KCC students and employees are invited to serve at this and future Bruins Give Back events, and can sign up online via the form available at https://goo.gl/forms/xID5LYgnfFg6Y0i13. All volunteers will get a free Bruins Give Back T-shirt to keep and wear during the event.
For more information about Bruins Give Back and other service-learning initiatives at KCC, visit www.kellogg.edu/service-learning.
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