Mason’s 9/11 Day of Service

Students and staff organize donated clothes for Women Giving Back on 9/11 Service Day. Photo by Evan Cantwell/Creative Services/George Mason University

Students and staff organize donated clothes for Women Giving Back on 9/11 Service Day. Photo by Evan Cantwell/Creative Services/George Mason University

The fourth annual Mason Nation 9/11 Day of Service will take place on Friday, September 9. There are a number of terrific projects for which Mason faculty, staff, and students can volunteer.

For details on events and to volunteer, visit 911day.gmu.edu. Volunteering for up to two hours (with supervisor permission) can be considered work time for faculty and staff.

Once again, Mason is collecting donations for Women Giving Back, an organization that assists women and children in crisis. Clothing boxes are located in:

  • Arlington: Founders Hall, lobby
  • Fairfax: Merten Hall, 4th floor (Human Resources); Mason Hall, Room D205 (Honors College); Child Development Center; Aquia, Room 349; Innovation Hall, 4th floor lobby; Piedmont Hall, 3rd floor; Patriot Computers (Johnson Center); Collaborative Learning Hub (Johnson Center, Room 311)
  • SciTech: Freedom Center, lobby; Bull Run Hall, atrium; and Colgan Hall, lobby

We invite you to donate new or gently used items. For a list of what is needed, see the Women Giving Back flyer.

Thank you for your continued support of Mason’s 9/11 Day of Service and the Women Giving Back clothing drive!


Posted: August 29, 2016