"One of the most tangible characteristics passed from every generation of FSU students to the next is a sense of service — of giving back," FSU Alumni Association President and CEO Scott Atwell said.
On Saturday, March 24, 2012 Florida State University alumni and fans from coast to coast volunteered with their local Seminole Club for the inaugural Seminole Service Day, the FSU Alumni Association’s first national day of community service.
Every spring, the FSU Alumni Association holds a national day of service for its Seminole Clubs. Clubs select a community service project to participate in and support while wearing Seminole gear. The Seminole Clubs represent FSU in their own communities and help make their neighborhoods a better place by participating in the Annual Seminole Service Day. People from all over the country came together to serve food in soup kitchens and food banks, build homes for the homeless, clean up high schools and beaches, volunteer with the Salvation Army and Ronald McDonald Charities, provide support to children and animals, and so much more.
Seminole Service Day is held annually on the third Saturday in March. Mark your calendar and give your time and talent, not your treasure.
If you have any suggestions for community service projects in Palm Beach County, please email firstname.lastname@example.org