Service Trip to Schoharie County
on October 22
Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society, Leaders in Service, and the Sustainability Council visited Priddle Road in Esperance (just outside of Schoharie) this past Saturday, 10/22.
Message from the President
UAlbany Disaster Relief Fund
Helping the Victims of Hurricane Irene & the Recent Flooding Events
In the face of the devastation and loss resulting from Hurricane Irene and the subsequent flooding, the University at Albany has established the UAlbany Disaster Relief Fund to provide financial assistance and support to those in need.
Compassion and generosity have always defined the character of our UAlbany community. It is my hope that this humanitarian relief effort will help those hardest hit in recent weeks – especially our students, faculty and staff.
I ask that you join me in supporting the victims of Hurricane Irene and the flooding by making a contribution in one of the following ways:
For credit card or PayPal donations, visit the UAlbany Disaster Relief Fund website at:
For check donations, (payable to University Auxiliary Services), please mail or stop by:
University Auxiliary Services
RE: UAlbany Disaster Relief Fund
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, New York 12222
For cash please feel free to call (518) 442-5950 or e-mail email@example.com
This website can be accessed from the University homepage and will serve as a clearinghouse to update the campus community with additional information about other special relief and awareness efforts on campus. To this end, our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) has put together a list of various relief and assistance programs that can be accessed at: http://www.albany.edu/relief/assets/Irene-Flood-Assistance-Resources.pdf
Thank you in advance for your help in supporting those who have been impacted by the events in the last several weeks. Through our collective generosity, the University at Albany can continue to make a real difference in the lives of so many in need.
George M. Philip