Emory Cares is the Emory Alumni Association's (EAA) signature service program. Through Emory Cares, alumni, students, staff, faculty, parents, and friends gather to give back to their local communities. Emory Cares is one of the University's most prominent vehicles for furthering its mission of serving humanity. By bringing together the diverse members of Emory's community with a common goal of service, Emory Cares strengthens ties to each other and the University while increasing Emory's visibility around the country and the world.
In 2008, Emory Cares International Service Day was recognized for its valuable contributions to Emory University's 2008 Presidential Award for General Community Service.
Emory Cares is November 9, 2013. Check back in the summer for information on hosting a project or participating in a project near you.
Emory Cares International Service Day 2012
Alumni volunteer service project coordinators in the U.S. and abroad are identified to coordinate service projects in their cities with guidance and assistance from the EAA. The EAA invites all alumni, parents, and friends in each participating city via email and manages online registration for each city's project. Find a project in your city and register to participate today!
Emory Cares Everywhere
Don't see your city listed to host a project? No matter where you live, Emory alumni, parents, and friends can participate in Emory Cares Everywhere in their hometown.
Emory Cares International Service Day has been made possible through the following University organizations:
College Council - Center for Community Partnerships - Division of Campus Life - Emeritus College - Emory Alumni Association - Emory Worklife Resource Center - Goizueta BBA Program - The Interfraternity Council - The Intersorosity Council – Office of Religious Life - Student Alumni Board - Student Government Association - Volunteer Emory