How to ‘Lend a Hand With Libby,’ Miss Auburn 2012-2013
The power of volunteering.
Get involved with Best Buddies!!
Sigma Phi Epsilon hosted an event for Project Uplift kids with snow cones and popcorn and invited Auburn Basketball players to come shoot some hoops with them!
Tera Stone, vice president of IMPACT, speaks a little on the importance of giving back to the Auburn community by volunteering at a local daycare.
Madison Boyd, a junior in early childhood education, discusses her experience with Project Uplift.
Auburn student Kelsey Ware informs other students about Project Uplift and how they can give back to the community!
Auburn University student, Rebecca Earle, writes on the Auburn University social network about the importance of getting involved with Project Uplift
What is IMPACT you ask? According to Auburn’s website, “IMPACT is Auburn University’s central resource for volunteer opportunities and community service in the Auburn community. IMPACT provides students with the opportunity to volunteer throughout the week and special
one-time volunteer opportunities. Students can work around their schedules and select from various volunteer opportunities.” There are many different places to get involved, but places dealing specifically with kids include BigHouse, Storybook Farms, Joyland, Reading is Fundamental, and Boys and Girls Club.