Celebrate Homecoming and a Cause
Are you passionate about service? There are many volunteer opportunities available for students on-campus and in our surrounding community.
Whether it be joining a service oriented club or organization, flying to New Orleans with Mission: I’m Home, or participating in Relay for Life, there are numerous options as a Stevenson student.
I am so proud to be able to serve as Director of Philanthropy in the Student Government Association and help provide my fellow Mustangs with ways to share their passion for helping others. This year, the SGA and Student United Way have partnered together to provide a new initiative called #SUServiceSaturdays. This monthly event provides transportation for students to and from service projects in order to make them more accessible for everyone. Our September #SUServiceSaturday had around 50 participants and sent volunteers to the Baltimore Humane Society’s DogFest and to Patterson Park’s Annual Flea Market. Make sure to follow the SGA on social media to learn more about our future projects.
In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose, and Maria, this year's homecoming dance will be a benefit ball to support SBP, formerly the St. Bernard Project, and victims of natural disasters. SBP has been the community partner of Stevenson's alternative break trip, Mission: I'm Home, for nearly ten years! They are a non-profit organization based in New Orleans, Louisiana with a mission of shrinking the time between disaster and recovery. You can purchase your ticket at the Rock, Greenzone, and MAC Desk starting October 9th and all tickets sales will be donated directly to this wonderful cause. Help us reach our goal of $10,000!