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Together, we do more

Emory Cares brings to life the university’s mission to serve humanity. Every year members of the Emory community work together to build thriving, resilient, and caring communities. Students, alumni, faculty, staff, family, and friends can take part in this tradition regardless of location.

Questions about Emory Cares? Contact Gloria Grevas, associate director of Alumni & Constituent Programs.

Registration is now open for Emory Cares International Day of Service.

Find a project in your area that is meaningful to you.

Do you want to be notified about future Emory Cares opportunities in your area?

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Emory Morsberger 77C

A self-proclaimed history buff and avid traveler, Emory wanted to help the people of Ukraine. He founded a nonprofit to raise money for medical and humanitarian supplies.

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Celebrating 20 years of Emory Cares

Registration is now open! Celebrate the 20th anniversary of Emory Cares. Established by former Emory Alumni Board President Renelda Mack 83C as a single day of service in 2003, Emory Cares has expanded to encourage volunteerism and community engagement throughout the year.

We can’t do this work without you! Let us know if you’re interested in leading a service project. We are still accepting project submissions for the fall service series here.

Need some inspiration? View past projects here.

Lead the way

Have a project in mind that you’d like to lead in your area or virtually? Emory alumni, faculty members, staff, and students can register to be project leaders. Learn more

Register your project

CALLING ALL INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTORS!
As part of Emory Cares, you can volunteer on your own. From picking up trash at your local park to donating to a food or supply drive, you can make a difference in your community. Send a description and photo of your service to ggrevas@emory.edu, and get a free Emory Cares T-shirt!


Sep 01 Jun 30

1:00AM – 1:00AM

Rollins School of Public Health Seating Our Future Campaign 2023 into 2024

Jul 27 Aug 31

1:00AM – 1:00AM

Emory Law Student & Alumni Mentor Program 2023-2024

Emory Cares All Year

Giving back to your community is a year-round pursuit—so why shouldn’t Emory Cares be one? We are expanding the scope of Emory Cares beyond the traditional day of service to encourage volunteerism throughout the year. 

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day/Week – Monday, January 15, 2024
  • National Volunteer Week – Sunday, April 21 to Saturday April 27, 2024
  • Emory Cares Day – Saturday, November 9, 2024

While we celebrate service especially during the times listed above, Emory Cares projects can take place year-round through regional alumni networks. If you’re interested in organizing a project during another time of the year, please email regionalnetworks@emory.edu
 

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The origins of Emory Cares

In 2003, former Emory Alumni Board president, Renelda Mack 83C, envisioned a meaningful Emory community service tradition that spanned the nation. Mack imagined students working alongside administrators at a local foodbank, while other alumni volunteered in Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles.

In 2008, Emory Cares was awarded the Presidential Award for General Community Service, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering and civic engagement.

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