AIMU Volunteer Day

Wednesday 28 August 2024, 09:15am - 04:30pm
     

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AIMU is into our 10th year of organizing a Volunteer Day with the New York Harbor School on Governors Island. This annual event has proven to be fun and popular – in addition to helping with a worthwhile cause. AIMU volunteers will assist the NYHS with various projects to help get the school and its facilities ready for the upcoming school year, while enjoying camaraderie and a beautiful day outdoors on historic Governors Island.

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Location: Governors Island, NY (ferry departs/returns to the Battery Maritime Building, 10 South St. – just north of the Staten Island Ferry terminal building)

Number of participants: We can accommodate a maximum of 30 volunteers.

What to Wear: Clothes you don't mind getting dirty, closed-toed shoes, and a hat. Wearing light colors that reflect the sun's rays helps keep you cool.

Bring: Reusable water bottle and sunscreen. We encourage participants to bring work gloves if you have them, otherwise they will be provided.

SCHEDULE
9:15am – arrive at Governors Island ferry terminal
9:30am – ferry departs to GI
9:45am – morning volunteer projects (TBA); example setting up simulator computers
12:00pm – lunch
1:00pm – afternoon volunteer projects (TBA)
3:30pm – Happy Hour at Island Oyster
4:30pm – ferry returns to Manhattan*

Governors Island ferries now return to Manhattan every 30 minutes on the half hours until 10pm, volunteers are welcome to stay on the Island and take a later ferry back.

Fee: $20
Each attendee needs to complete the online registration form at Billion Oyster Project Volunteer Day Sign-up

Cancellations:
Full refunds will be given if cancellations received 72 hours prior to the event. After that window, any fees already paid will be applied towards a donation to the New York Harbor School. If you cannot make it, please send attempt to send someone in your place.

Location New York Harbor School on Governors Island

Contact Elvira Rodin at 646-499-0313 or erodin@aimu.org