Appalachian State University
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submitted by Kim Kirby on December 3, 2015
Members from the Executive Impact MBA Club at Appalachian State University will volunteer with Operation Christmas Child at Samaritans Purse on November 30th from 7-10pm. Students will work in the warehouse where they will sort, package and ship hundreds of boxes that are filled with gifts that go to children in third world countries.
submitted by Kim Kirby on November 18, 2015
Executive Impact will be partnering with Hunter's Heroes with a mustache and flannel themed fundraiser on November 14, 2015. Hunter's Heroes started as a memorial run for Deputy William Mast Jr. who died suddenly in the line of duty; his son, Hunter Mast, was born 17 days later. There will be a cornhole tournament, raffle and other games. All proceeds from this fundraiser will be split between Hunter's Heroes and the Executive Impact MBA Club.
submitted by Kim Kirby on September 23, 2015
The Executive Impact MBA Club within the Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University volunteered with the Town of Boone by participating in their Adopt A Street Clean up day. The club adopted a street and spent 2 hours on September 19th, 2015 cleaning up trash and other waste. It was a great experience and allowed the students to network with eachother while also giving back to the local community.
submitted by Kim Kirby on June 1, 2015
The Executive Impact MBA Club within the Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University will be volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. We will be assistanting the staff in fulfilling their mission which is to provide decent, affordable housing to low-income Watauga County residents.
Our task will be to assist on a construction site by building modest homes which include painting, constructing, building and clean up.