The sixth annual Binghamton University Alumni Global Day of Service unites Binghamton University graduates in community service projects, showing “Bing pride” and the collective power of volunteerism. The New York City alumni chapter split their time amongst 3 sites on 2 days; Astoria Park, a Williamsburg school, and the Special Olympics Upper West Side training day.
The Binhamton University Rowing Association (BURA) and members of the vast Binghamton University Alumni Association cleaned up the East River Park. Volunteers cultivated planting beds along the East River by weeding, mulching, planting native plants and removing invasive plants. The Ecology Center provided all the needed tools and supplies, including gloves. Volunteers should carry snacks and water as there are no food concessions in the park.
Later on in the day, I joined the Alumni of Color Network at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe located on New York City's Lower East Side. There volunteers worked on a series of projects and tasks, such as painting, cleaning, landscaping and organizing.
On January 26, 2018 the Binghamton University Alumni Association was inducted in to the Princeton Club of New York.
Binghamton University was chosen as an associate member of the Princeton Club, so all alumni are able to join the club. These images will be used to market the new relationship and the many perks associated with the Princeton Club.
Event Space: The Princeton Club
Client: Binghamton University
Sunrise Day Camps are the nation’s only dedicated day camps for children with cancer and their siblings, provided completely free of charge. Providing memorable summers for children ages 3 1/2–16, Sunrise Day Camps bring the simple pleasures of childhood back to children struggling with cancer, changing months of loneliness and isolation into summers filled with sunshine, laughter and happiness.
Summary video of Binghamton University's Spring Fling carnival and concert.