The Center for Student and Community Engagement at Adelphi University offered students the chance to participate in Panther Day of Service on March 5.
The goal of the service event was to give back to the communities that surround Adelphi University.
Students interacted with fellow students, staff, and faculty while visiting various locations completing projects. Faculty, staff and students are able to connect on a different level outside of the classroom and office working on projects together to better the community.
Students helped the community by collecting donations ahead of Adelphi’s Relay For Life event; weeding, harvesting and working at Cross Roads Farm in Malverne; doing trail work and invasive cleaning at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Society; and collecting food at Shoprite in New Hyde Park for Island Harvest.
—Submitted by Adelphi University