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Volunteer Emory Giving

Endowment Campaign

For more than thirty years, Volunteer Emory has been one of the largest and most active student organizations on Emory University’s campus. From weekly service trips to alternative break and large-scale service projects, the power of Volunteer Emory can be felt throughout Metro Atlanta and beyond.
Founded in 1980 by Emory undergraduates Debbie Genzer 82C and Wendy Rosenberg Nadel 82C, Volunteer Emory began as the first on-campus branch of United Way. Now a program of the Center for Community Engagement and Leadership, Volunteer Emory facilitates between 20 and 30 service trips each week that provide meaningful assistance to the greater Atlanta community. In addition, Volunteer Emory helps organize service opportunities and social justice work for thousands of Emory students, faculty, staff, and alumni each year. 

To celebrate Volunteer Emory’s impressive legacy and ensure its future, a five-year $500,000 fund-raising effort is being launched to create an endowment supporting Volunteer Emory and its programs. We hope to achieve half by the time of the reunion.

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Reunite as a Community

2014 Volunteer Emory Reunion

Join us in commemoration of the 30+ years of incredible alumni, advisors, students and supporters at Volunteer Emory's Reunion Reception during the 2014 Homecoming Weekend on Friday, September 19th at 6PM at the Miller-Ward Alumni House. The goal is to reach half of the endowment by the date of the reception. We encourage you to give to the campaign.

Drinks and heavy hors d'oeuvres will be served at the reception.

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