University of Louisville
2323 S. Brook St.
Louisville, KY 40208
Addressing the needs and interests of our diverse communities locally, statewide, nationally and internationally.
Join us this year for Cards Come Together, a day where UofL students, staff, faculty, and alumni come together to fully engage in the welfare and vitality of the Louisville metro area through service projects. Registration is now open and participants must register in advance. Some sites have limited capacity and registration will close when capacity has been reached.
There are 3 opportunities this year to choose from:
1. Old Louisville Clean-up in partnership with Metro Council District 6 Councilman Phillip Baker
Starting at 4th and Oak, clean-up of streets and alleyways from 1st Street to St. Catherine.
2. American Red Cross Supply Prep, 510 East Chestnut Street SITE IS FULL
Working from the Red Cross office, volunteers will prepare the supplies needed for the 40 to 50 teams that will be going out during the Smoke Alarm Community Installation event. These include staging forms, drills, screws, etc. so they can quickly be added to the construction buckets given out on install day. It may also include putting together bags with water and snacks for the team members.
3. Family Scholar House, 403 Reg Smith Circle
Volunteers will organize donations, and clean the interior and exterior of campus. Could include some landscaping.
4. On-campus opportunity in the Student Activities Center (SAC) W118. Drop by and make a card, or write a note of encouragement that will be given to the residents of Family Scholar House. No registration required, just stop in as schedule permits.
September 28, 2023
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Participation in Cards Come Together is entirely voluntary. This is not a work related activity under the university workers compensation program. Staff can use Community Service Leave (CSL) but should obtain supervisor approval before registering to participate