ks6+Pf&Ô,YnRi$M^~HH  JoE-ǹy&qbw/o~?޼ C1A1uw 92b$C i456ǂ:'rjyO$JZ&aًKlnD#ƹvfvIو',v=%$TNcdgEV5iWtg\8&О1r@Җ y>e3F\  C#B(jW/#8yDG802ê[[fTF o^ӆ[XO0)D䔜J=%$+9õ@h;loj[{f:Z4*gN:®!$Cʴ>6RhM X_Oyާί9ϩ4wGD3щfљEԀTW)e4e\֠Ә}*ӓX[1%v"*DD7k.Ml MLKݷIrǮ,JpP^1bxmGˁF9%n{?Z?86;3zeS֪M<3jB Mp`L%dNw^3 ddZP^<%E`ָ N# Zf\gnM3[KJ_'Ut=QpF gh+cjT:s!7ԞԚUY u+>nU{Z `|`27 uqI"ru"Mqv=C9cX;hc-Pffq P]=8" YS\1*)k>՝_}0t$^YZ1lq#l07N"n5+a8i^& "hUM zVCA+>qOZx,VsW4E IFrD`,POSJ#Xz+6h4om̅Ři8 5(A`jh7?9hDzCCPVA81@Fqk$麮5Gff^t:^BЊº(ƃs^"X`37MZ 3<2!nc *6GLkW,sC{Y2`: R10S"ӸSmXm!u5u=7 1@1}RS :޺CL惇?܄U?hnŀ\`E,Vwǵ>h?>3º_]B|NWyiZsw@EUPQM~]8.\:K̍pXl` ~ 47,HJ- .qe3- #4[Is0FW9jY2#̺PlQG A0@;9l7 KBBN@n?+,56f?+"w^ټoPK$w!8CoL'1^f$оn67ءUasb !eܘ쥫3}sZn`ChЪ6:*YR)uߔy2:&f&9+*uJHjƓ}XNjL8_ȘRu@cޑ7/^*~q 8l,=*֞߻ß~"pw>(A?ݣaFLK*?Ow 1$mj $jl׏V~`"WqlUfa_y5O]κ.ƾqg1F3r{ iٞ0OaU fZOsKU٧ 5QK4cb ffTtirrk%6Lss}wߕ)vHlN1f3<6"bSyr͜p"e:MFLL3yC15Z9,vo[q)mԨS ,xd4YR,ݫmF>;S]&apV+2KHq&y6]y @eQ9J?:;b}3ĭY!g\OTeCO*%qA2d#dp 5w|˷ĞUbI(L]{.Rɏ7'G7O>׼FjSvON`R$H'/z[H9 ,oFcSc>f,ɬ{ah/rnh?n4O==l>i*=$c'rR~HաjU0 єz \ܩ &@@q!?O5/G3(\۝UiZ|Wm^ި5P[< +yc"=C'\:E.|`*Mz1´h&b ̛\ 11/10/09, November/December Volunteer Opportunities - Almanac, Vol. 56, No. 11
Loading
Print This Issue
Subscribe:
E-Almanac

November/December Volunteer Opportunities
PDF
November 10, 2009, Volume 56, No. 11

Dear Penn Community,
The holidays are fast approaching and Penn Volunteers In Public Service is gearing up to offer you a variety of activities to help you share with our neighbors in the surrounding community. Contact Isabel Mapp at sammapp@pobox.upenn.edu with any questions or comments and to make a donation. Thank you so very much for your past generosity and your willingness to bring joy to the lives of so many.

—Isabel Mapp, Associate Director, Netter Center for Community Partnerships

Penn VIPS Annual Food Drive: Now through November 20

Join the Annual Penn VIPS Food Drive of non-perishable food items (cans, boxed foods, etc) as well as turkeys now through Friday, November 20.

The Drive will benefit Carroll Park Community Council’s food pantry, SunnyCrest Family Services, and deserving families. Help these agencies to increase their capacity for helping families during the holidays.

Please drop off all donations at the following locations:

Office

Location

Contact

Phone

President’s Office

100 College Hall

Brenda Gonzalez

898-0447

Provost’s Office

353B 3401 Walnut

Susan Curran

898-6841

Museum Reception Desk

Near Kress Gallery

Bonnie Crossfield

898-4001

Women’s Center

3643 Locust Walk

Gloria Gay

898-8611

Af-Am Resource Center

3537 Locust Walk

Rob Carter

898-0104

Human Resources

538A 3401 Walnut Street

Monee Pressley

898-6018

SAS

120 Logan Hall

Stephanie Jones

898-7867

Van Pelt-Dietrich Library

Human Resources Office

Zakiya Blake

898-8109

Netter Center

133 S. 36th Street—Rm. 507

Isabel Mapp

898-2020

ISC

265C 3401 Walnut St

Doris Pate

573-6803

Wharton

1000 SH-DH

Jennifer O’Keefe

898-1092

Nursing

Claire Fagin Hall Room 458

Donna Milici

573-0747

Linguistics

619 Williams Hall

Amy Forsyth

898-6046

ISC

203A Sansom West

Kathie Ritchie

573-3561

University Club

3611 Walnut/Inn at Penn

Natalka Swavely

898-4618

Cell & Dev. Biology

1157 BRB II/III

Kim Walls

898-8045

Law School

Silverman, Room 145

L’Tanya Nelson

898-7144

Compliance & Privacy

3819 Chestnut Street

Holly Miller

215-614-1907

School of Medicine

233 Blockley

Sharon Connelly

898-2876

LIFE

4508 Chestnut Street

Cherry Sturdivant

573-7202

Stouffer Commons

3702 Spruce—Lobby

Glenn Stieffenhofer/

898-8610

 

 

Troy Majnerick

898-8610

IRB Admin

3624 Market Street—301

Adina Lieberman

746-6264

Penn VIPS Annual Gently Used and New Coat Drive: Now through-December 11

If you have a new or gently used coat (or coats) to donate to our drive, they can be brought to one of the three locations listed below. We do not have the facilities or funds to clean donated items. Freshly laundered or dry cleaned items only.

Linguistics, 619 Williams Hall—Amy Forsyth, 898-6046

Netter Center, 133 S. 36th Street-R507—Isabel Mapp, 898-2020

Physics and Astronomy, 2C7 DRL 209 South 33rd Street—Vivian Hasiuk, 898-5954

Philabundance Community Food Center

                  Would you like to help us make a difference? The Community Food Center (CFC) is a food pantry following a choice model of distribution. Customers shop, choosing what they like from a wide variety of (free) items, including dry goods, refrigerated and frozen items, fresh dairy, produce and bread. The pilot CFC is being run in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Community Service in the basement of the Lillian Marrero branch of the library at 601 W. Lehigh Avenue. The CFC is open five days a week, including evening and weekend hours, to allow maximum accessibility to the community. Volunteers are needed on a daily basis (Tues-Sat) for a variety of tasks including unloading daily orders, stocking the shelves, greeting, registering and checking-in customers and data entry. Groups and individual volunteers are both welcome. Those interested in volunteering should contact Tracey at tmccusker@philabundance.org or (215) 229-2221. Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you!

Almanac - November 10, 2009, Volume 56, No. 11