PACE CARES DAY
On Friday, November 16, more than100 students, faculty, and staff volunteered for Pace Cares Day on the New York City and Pleasantville campuses. We collected over 2,000 clothing, food, personal care, and cleaning supply items, which were donated to various organizations and agencies in Westchester and Lower Manhattan. More than100 students, faculty, staff, and alumni made a donation of goods and/or a gift to support the Pace Cares Fund. Click here to view the final report.
"Pace Cares Day was a great way to volunteer on campus and work to help people who have been affected by the Hurricane.”– Munaza Janed, Political Science ‘14
Living in New Jersey and going to Pace I saw the effects of storm up close, and felt it was my job to help the somehow. Working with Pace Cares was a great way to fulfill that.” – Remy Gall, Economics '16
INTERESTED IN DOING MORE?
Interested in other volunteer and service opportunities? Visit the Center for Community Action and Research.
SUPPORT THE PACE CARES FUND
Click here to make your gift today. The Pace Cares Fund is a fund established to help students impacted by Hurricane Sandy. View the honor roll of donors from the Pace community who have generously contributed to the Pace Cares Fund.
PACE CARES PHONE NUMBER
Contact us at 1 (800) 579-6754, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, if you have been affected by Hurricane Sandy.
STUDENTS APPLYING TO PACE CARE FUNDS
Students who need financial assistance can email the Office of Student Assistance (firstname.lastname@example.org) with their appeal, or call (877) 672-1830 to speak with a representative.