Upcoming Events

Friday, October 13 - Sunday, October 15: Service Without Borders' VINE Trip (Springfield, Vermont - transportation is provided) 
VINE provides a safe haven for animals who have escaped or been rescued from the the meat, dairy and egg industries or other abusive circumstances. They are an organization dedicated to advocating for animal and environmental rights. 
 
Sunday, October 15, 12pm-2pm: Waltham The More You Know: All-Volunteer Training (Hassenfeld Conference Center) 
Do you volunteer in the local community? We are offering an interactive volunteer training to better prepare you to engage in the greater Waltham area. Learn more about Waltham’s demographics, history, community resources, and people by attending one of these sessions. Explore what makes our city unique. Discover some of its ripe history. Be prepared to understand how Brandeis connects with our home city. 
 
Thursday, October 19, 10am-1pm: Social Impact Job, Internship, & Volunteer Fair (Hassenfeld Conference Center)
With over 60 employers, the fair allows students of all class years to be recruited for job, volunteer, internship, and year-in-service opportunities! And what's more, free lunch is provided! RSVP on the Hiatt Website (https://tinyurl.com/y78np8jl) and if you have questions, contact communityconnectionswg@gmail.com.
 
Saturday, October 21, 11am-3pm: Zale Conference: Training and Support (Hassenfeld Conference Center)
Co-sponsored by the Department of Community Service, Waltham Group, Greater Waltham Arc, and You're With Us!, this event will increase the effectiveness of volunteering with individuals with intellectual disabilities. Join us a for a great speaker (Tom Sannicandro from UMASS Boston-Institute for Community Inclusion), stimulating dialogue led by our facilitator, Partnership for Youth with Disabilities, and free food! 
 
Thursday, October 26, 5:30pm-9:30pm: Drumlin Farms Tales of the Night Haunted Hayride Volunteering Event (Lincoln, MA - transportation is provided)
We will be transforming into characters for the Haunted Hayride and the Nursery Rhyme Trail. Costumes and a pasta dinner are provided. Questions? Contact communityconnectionswg@gmail.com. 
 
Sunday, October 29, 10am-6pm: HnH's Halloween for the Hungry Collection Drive (Waltham, MA - transportation is provided)
Collect can goods throughout Waltham to support a local agency. Email walthamgrouphnh@gmail.com for more information.
 
Tuesday, October 31 - Thursday, November 2: October Waltham Group Hurricane Relief Blood Drive (Sherman Function Hall)
Sign-up to volunteer and/or donate at tinyurl.com/brandeisblood
 
Sunday, November 5: Mini Day of Service (transportation is provided)
Details to come!