campanileIf you aren’t too busy protesting big corporations in America this Saturday, make sure to join in on Berkeley Project’s annual Berkeley Project Day!

The Berkeley Project, since its first day-long service event in 2006, strives to connect the Cal student body with the city of Berkeley through widespread community service events.

This year, the Berkeley Project is teaming up with the UC Berkeley Homecoming Committee, and will be one of Homecoming week’s “featured events.” For the first time ever, Cal alumni and family are also welcome to register with a team to participate. read more »

There may be shady folks trying to take advantage of the goodness of Berkeley citizens’ hearts, but not all people who ask for donations are out to trick people out of their money. Many people are legitimately trying to fund the betterment of the world, and you can be one of them (without joining the Greek system)! Here are a few good causes you can be a part of this summer:

On Sunday, July 20, a huge, campus-wide team of UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff will walk it out for a good cause–the San Francisco’s AIDS Walk. Join the Cal team (listed under University of California, Berkeley – 0087), or start your own in order to raise money for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and other Bay Area HIV/AIDS organizations.

Prefer to get your hands dirtier? Save the Bay will host several Wetland Restoration Project events in the next two months, including one tomorrow.

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