American University

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American University—26th Annual Potomac Watershed Clean-up 

Several graduate business clubs assisted in cleaning up a portion of Rock Creek Park on April 5.

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American University—Making a Difference is Our Business: Columbia Heights Day 

The "Making a Difference is Our Business" program provides the opportunity for graduate students to work together on service projects several times throughout the year.

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American University— Making a Difference is Our Business: Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens 

The "Making a Difference is Our Business" program provides the opportunity for graduate students to work together on service projects several times throughout the year.

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American University—4th Annual Red Dress Benefit 

 

This dynamic event raised awareness and funds for women's heart health with a cocktail reception that included entertainment and a raffle of items donated by our sponsors. Graduate business students from DC area schools, faculty, staff, as well as local business professionals were in attendance.

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American University—Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night Walk 

The annual Leukemia & Lymphona Society's Light the Night Walk takes place at the Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC.  Thousands of participants raise funds for awareness and research of blood cancers.  The walk is a beautiful opportunity as many participants carry illuminated balloons to "bring light to the dark world of cancer."

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American University—Martha's Table Service Event 

On a recent Saturday morning a group of eight Kogod students headed to Martha’s Table near the U St. Corridor for a day of service. The Event was part of a collaborative effort by several school clubs including Black MBA, Net Impact and Kogod’s Graduate Business Association (GBA). Martha’s Table was perfect for a group our size as it accepts more than 10,000 volunteers a year, including the first family who recently helped to pack sandwiches.   Read More
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American University—Sue Marcum Service Day 

In memory of Professor Sue Marcum, and her active involvement in the community  this year the Kogod community volunteered with the MLK Jr. Memorial Library.  Read More
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American University—Volunteering at DC Central Kitchen 

Each day, the DC Central Kitchen (DCCK) prepares over 5,000 healthy meals and distributes them to homeless shelters, rehabilitation clinics and after-school programs throughout the DC metropolitan area. As volunteers, the club members cut and peeled vegetables, prepared lasagnas for over 500 people and packaged food for delivery.  Read More
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American University—3rd Annual Red Dress Benefit 

This dynamic event raised awareness and funds for women's heart health with a cocktail reception that included entertainment and a raffle of items donated by our sponsors. Graduate business students from DC area schools, faculty, staff, as well as local business professionals were in attendance.

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American University—Sue Marcum Service Day 

Our beloved Professor Marcum died tragically two years ago. For this year's tribute, the Kogod Accounting Club Executive Board and the Making a Difference is Our Business program are having a service day in her honor at the AU Campus Kitchen.  As part of the larger Campus Kitchens Project, this opportunity will allow participants to "recycle food from their cafeterias and area grocery stores and restaurants, turn these donations into nourishing meals, and deliver those meals to those who need it most."

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American University—DC Central Kitchen 

AU's Net Impact chapter in prepared meals at DC Central Kitchen on Wednesday, Oct. 17.

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American University—Leukemia & Lymphona Society's Light the Night Walk 

The annual Leukemia & Lymphona Society's Light the Night Walk takes place at the Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC.  Thousands of participants raise funds for awareness and research of blood cancers.  The walk is a beautiful opportunity as many participants carry illuminated balloons to "bring light to the dark world of cancer."

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American University—Making a Difference is Our Business: Community Improvement Day 

The "Making a Difference is Our Business" program provides the opportunity for graduate students to work together on service projects several times throughout the year. September's project will be to help improve the community on Saturday, September 29 from 7 am to 5 pm at the Congress Heights Recreation Center is SE DC!

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American University—Foggy Bottom Food Pantry 

The Foggy Bottom Food Pantry bags and distributes food to homeless and low income families twice a month.

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American University—Leukemia & Lymphona Society's Light the Night Walk 

Helped with the event execution of the annual Leukemia & Lymphona Society's Light the Night Walk at the Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC.

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American University—DC Central Kitchen 

Food preparation for DC homeless and nonprofits
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American University—IONA Senior Services 

Help prepare weekend meals that will be delivered to home bound seniors
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American University—Servathon 

Partnered with Kogod Net Impact to paint at MacFarland Middle School.
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American University—Loaves and Fishes 

Prepared and served food to homeless individuals
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American University—Ronald McDonald House  

Assisted in cleaning the Ronald McDonald House
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American University—Hope and a Home 

Played with children that lived in transitional housing.

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American University—Loaves and Fishes  

Prepared and served food to homeless individuals in Columbia Heights.

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American University—DC Central Kitchen  

Food preparation for DC homeless and nonprofit.  Read More

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American University—DC Central Kitchen 

For three hours on the evening of July 13, five Kogod MBA Students and one staff member volunteered at DC Central Kitchen (DCCK) in Washington, DC.   Read More
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