The Second Year Council presents Cavs Serve Cville, a panel discussion that will focus on the most impactful ways in which University of Virginia students can engage with and serve the surrounding Charlottesville area.
Often, community service can easily be written off with quick, simple donations of time, goods, or money. But giving back can be much more meaningful and effective when communities are engaged and relationships are formed. To further promote the ideal of effective service, Cavs Serve Cville is sponsoring a competition among service-minded charitable incorporated organizations (CIOs) at U.Va. in which the winning organization will be awarded $300 to fund their next initiative!
Second Year Council wants to transform the way that service is viewed on Grounds by maximizing the impact of the time and effort U.Va. students dedicate to service.
• Rachel Winters, Director of Community Engagement at Madison House
• Anne Scott, President and CEO at Charlottesville Area Community Foundation
• Trent Garrett, Volunteer Coordinator at Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville
• ...and more speakers to be announced!
Cavs Serve Cville will take place on Tuesday, September 8 from 5:00-6:30pm in Newcomb Theater. This event is FREE and open to all University students.