From Our Friends in Human Resources
Child Development Center Hat Drive
To help the children understand compassion and humanitarian efforts, the CDC is in the midst of a Hat Drive to benefit children at Inova Fairfax Hospital who are undergoing treatment for childhood cancer. It is part of a wider program called Ellie’s Hats. If you would like to donate a new store-bought or home-made hat, please drop it by the HR & Payroll office (Merten 4100) or inter-office mail it to mailstop 3C3. The CDC hat drive is underway through the end of January but HR & Payroll will have a hat box in its lobby on an ongoing basis as Ellie’s Hats collects year-round. If you have any questions, please contact Tina Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Child Development Center (CDC) Cookbooks Available
Looking for some new recipes to WOW the family? How about a gift for that special someone who loves to cook? Look no further! The Child Development Center has produced a delightful cookbook full of terrific recipes shared from across the CDC, Mason, and beyond. Literally everything from soup to nuts; all for $15. To order, please visit http://hr.gmu.edu/cdc/fundraisers.php or head directly to the order form at http://hr.gmu.edu/cdc/docs/CookBook.pdf.
Taking a break mid-way through your day is important to well-being. There are many ways to get involved on campus and some of them occur over lunch. We’ve compiled a sample of what is available at Lunchtime Possibilities.
Posted: December 9, 2014