Alumni Day of Service: Making a Difference

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The day helps to further Dartmouth’s longstanding tradition of community service.

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The annual Alumni Day of Service is designed to provide opportunities for Dartmouth alumni, friends, and family to give back to their local communities while strengthening ties with fellow members of the Dartmouth community.

The Alumni Day of Service helps to further Dartmouth’s longstanding tradition of community service through organizations such as the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact and Dartmouth Partners for Community Service, as well as the many alumni organizations already providing meaningful opportunities in their areas. Now in its fifth year, the Alumni Day of Service will be a centerpiece of the Call to Serve in 2019.

The Call to Serve, held during Dartmouth’s 250th year, will honor Dartmouth’s legacy of leadership in public service and goodwill through a far-reaching initiative to inspire acts of service throughout the world. Together, we will answer the Call to Serve by contributing a collective 250,000 hours of service in 2019.

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