Carroll University Month of Service

This year, our Pioneers Serve: Carroll University Volunteer Day will become the Carroll University Month of Service. To celebrate our University Ethos and university year-long theme of stewardship, we encourage all Pioneers to give back in their own communities throughout November. Please join other Carroll University alumni, students, families and friends by providing time, talent or treasure to a cause that is close to your heart or to those living in need in your community. As Pioneers, we can help address the needs of our communities in 2020 through stewardship by engaging in service for the first time or by repeating something you might already be doing at your place of worship, local schools, a non-profit organization, community center, and more.

Making masks, preparing meals, tutoring a student, financially supporting a cause important to you, sending notes to veterans, raking leaves for a neighbor, donating food, etc - report back and let us know how you're sharing your TIME, TALENTS or TREASURE throughout November!
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Report Back!

Tell us how you have served this month through this online response form, and we will add it up! Reporting your time, talent and treasure shows how Pioneers continue to make a difference through serving their communities.

Online Response Form
You can also respond via email or by calling the Office of Alumni Engagement at 262.524.7237

City on a Hill Volunteer Group
Volunteer group at a farm
Volunteer group at Hope Center
Volunteer group at Prairie Springs

Virtual Event Opportunity!

Pioneering Perspectives | Ronald McDonald House Charities: The House That Love Built
Thursday, November 19 | 7 p.m. CT

Join us for a service-focused virtual event with Laura Schenk ’17, family services manager at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin, who lives out the Carroll mission of service in her workplace. Tune in for a virtual conversation about the importance of supporting those in need, the impact we can all have on others, and living out the Carroll mission in your own community through service.

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Celebrate Service

CU in the Workplace | Diane De La Santos '81
To celebrate our Carroll University Month of Service, this month’s CU in the Workplace (@ Home Series) interview features Diane De La Santos ’81, Executive Director of City on a Hill, a faith-based, non-profit in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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