SAC Community Service Committee

The Community Services Committee shall serve as a vehicle to make Case staff aware of community events of charitable and non-charitable nature. This awareness is intended to foster a greater involvement and relationship of the staff members with the community.

SAC Community Service Committee Members
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Mission

The Community Services Committee shall serve as a vehicle to make Case staff aware of community events of charitable and non-charitable nature. This awareness is intended to foster a greater involvement and relationship of the staff members with the community.

Upcoming Projects:

Back-to-School Supply Drive - 2014

The Staff Advisory Council’s Community Service Committee will sponsor its fourth annual Back to School Supply Drive.

Supply list (click here)

Drop-off your donations at the Party On The Quad, July 25

OR bring to:

Theresa Grigger, located in Crawford Hall, Room 532, x5887
Bonnie Copes, Nord Hall, Room 304,x5119
Brinn Omabegho, Wood Building W200, x3915
Margaret Roudebush, School of Nursing, in the box by the front desk or in Room NO204D
Laura Huffman and Heidi McKee, School of Dental Medicine, Room 1250
Shannon Swiatkowski, BRB 109, x7551
Suzanne Healy, Peter B. Lewis, LL#21, x5973
Janice Eatman Williams, Thwing Center, CCEL, Lower Level, x1462

A Tisket, A Tasket … Let’s Raffle Off Some Baskets!

13th Annual SAC Basket Raffle

When:
During the Benefits Fair
Nov. 6-7, 2013
Where: Thwing Center’s 1914 Lounge (located on the second floor opposite the ballroom)
  The Basket Raffle is a successful program coordinated by the Staff Advisory Council’s Community Service Committee. With your help, we’ve donated over $50,000 to charity. After careful consideration we have decided to select two charities. This year's proceeds will benefit Project Night Night and Family Promise.

Don't be left holding an empty basket

Donate a basket! Lead your department in a brainstorming session for innovative ideas See some of the past winners and baskets (2010, 2011). It’s fun and all proceeds go to help a great charity. Just imagine this year it was you in the picture!

Guidelines

  • The baskets must each be worth $50 or more
  • All baskets must have a list of contents included

Timeline

Commitment: Notify the committee of commitment to create a basket- No later than Friday, October 25th
Basket drop-off: Tuesday, November 5th between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm in Thwing Center 1914 lounge

Raffle and Drawings

Do you hate writer's cramp? We do too!

Presale raffle tickets will be available through your SAC representative between Friday, October 18th and Monday, November 4th.
Tickets are $1 each, or the special presale price of 7 for $5. Cash or Check only (made payable to CWRU.) Buy early, and fill out the tickets at your convenience!

Otherwise, raffle ticket sales will take place during the Benefits Fair:

  • Wednesday, November 6th from 11:00am-5:00pm
  • Thursday, November 7th from 8:00am-2:00pm

$1 per Ticket, or 6 for $5. Methods of payment acceptable are Cash, Check, CASE card and all major credit cards.

*NO ADDRESS LABELS ON TICKETS PLEASE

The drawing will begin promptly at 2:15 pm on Thursday, November 7th, and the winner need not be present. The winners will be notified that same day.

  • Basket pick-up is on Thursday, November 7th until 5:00pm
  • Special pickups can be arranged

Check out the testimonials from volunteers at the MedWish Project.

Back-to-School Supply Drive - 2014

The Staff Advisory Council’s Community Service Committee will sponsor its fourth annual Back to School Supply Drive.

Supply list (click here)

Drop-off your donations at the Party On The Quad, July 25

OR bring to:

Theresa Grigger, located in Crawford Hall, Room 532, x5887
Bonnie Copes, Nord Hall, Room 304,x5119
Brinn Omabegho, Wood Building W200, x3915
Robin Kramer, Sears and Nord Hall, 6th floor room 615, x5942
Margaret Roudebush, School of Nursing, in the box by the front desk or in Room NO204D
Shannon Swiatkowski, BRB 109, x7551
Suzanne Healy, Peter B. Lewis, LL#21, x5973
Janice Eatman Williams, Thwing Center, CCEL, Lower Level, x1462

Objectives

  • To sponsor and organize community service activities and fundraising events
  • To promote awareness and involvement of the staff in the community
  • To continue relationships with previously sponsored organizations
  • To seek out new events

Committee Meetings

We meet once a month on the second Tuesday of the month from 1:15 to 2:15 pm hosted by members of the committed in different locations - notice will be sent out via email to members as to where we meet. Questions may be sent to us at sac-comserv@case.edu

Events

Committee Members