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COVID Creates GIVE Day Changes, Challenges, but Carries On

Students work at the ExpErience Children's Museum on GIVE Day 2019 (wearing the iconic GIVE Day t-shirts).

Students work at the ExpErience Children's Museum on GIVE Day 2019 (wearing the iconic GIVE Day t-shirts).

Like so much else in this pandemic world, Gannon's iconic GIVE Day is carrying on with changes to protect volunteers and the community.

Besides masks and a successful completion of the LiveSafe app, the biggest change is that there will be no rally in the Hammermill Center prior to serving. Group leaders in Erie will pick up supply bags - which include the coveted GIVE Day t-shirt - the week ahead of GIVE Day. Group leaders in Ruskin will receive further information about picking up their t-shirts and related supply bags once sites are finalized.

Students will serve at sites across Erie and Ruskin, and all community partners will also be wearing masks, monitoring their health, and providing hand sanitizer or a hand wash station.

Erie campus registration information:

Student groups can sign up through United Way's Get Connected website. Access instructions and links to register on engageU here. Student groups should register by Monday, September 7.

Athletic teams and other organizations and Gannon employees can click here for more information about registering, or email Sara Nesbitt, GIVE Day coordinator.

Ruskin campus registration information:

Click here to RSVP, or email Desi Herter, GIVE-Ruskin coordination team.

GIVE Day is Saturday, September 19.

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