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Brooks Gives Back

The Brooks Alumni Board Events Committee proudly presents: Brooks Gives Back

Please join us on Saturday, March 11, 2017 for Brooks Gives Back, which will take place in four different cities simultaneously. It's a great chance to give back to your local community with fellow Brooksians. Friends, family members and children older than the age of 5 are encouraged to join us. Events will be held in Boston, Chicago, New York City and Washington, D.C. Special thanks to Nick Ziebarth '95 and the Alumni Board Events Committee for their hard work on this effort!

If you have any questions, please email Associate Director of Development Kim Fox. Please note, after registration you will be sent more details on directions, parking and specifics regarding your selected location's activity.

1. Boston | Cradles to Crayons
155 North Beacon St, Brighton, MA 02135
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Alumni and friends will roll up their sleeves and help provide local children with the basic essentials they need to thrive at home, at school and at play. Event host: Delia Rissmiller ’03

 

2. Chicago | Cradles to Crayons 
4141 W George St, Chicago, IL 60641
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Alumni and friends will roll up their sleeves and help provide local children with the basic essentials they need to thrive at home, at school and at play. Event host: Nick Ziebarth ‘95



3. New York | Food Bank for New York City
355 Food Center Drive, Bronx NY 10474
http://www.foodbanknyc.org/
12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Brooksians will lend a hand at The Bronx Food Distribution Warehouse, which distributes food to charities throughout the five boroughs, supplying 64 million meals to New Yorkers in need each day! Volunteers will help staff with the highest-impact initiative: sorting and repacking bulk shipped food and goods for redistribution around the city. Event hosts: Jack Greata '00 and Tom Armstead '89
 
 

4. Washington D.C. | The Mission Continues
Hendley Elementary School; 425 Chesapeake St SE, DC 20032
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Brooks is partnering with The Mission Continues, a group that empowers veterans who are adjusting to life at home to find purpose through community impact. Brooksians will be working at Hendley Elementary for a fun filled day rebooting their Hornet Garden and building a natural playground alongside our friends at the Washington Youth Garden! Event hosts: Will Collier '11 and Greta Lundeberg '97

Please complete the form below to register.

See Who's Coming

Boston 
Kim Fox
    Associate Director of Development
Eric Amoroso '04
John Barker '87
Eliza and Lydia Barker
Allison Caffrey '02
Lexi Caffrey '06
Sara Christopher '06
Charlie Cornish '06
Chrissy Cornish '09
Phillip Field '05
Jon Gibbons '92 and Sarah Gibbons 
Getchell, Gordy, Hadley and Wesley Gibbons
Amanda Kaplan '03
Kate Lombard '03
Zachary McCabe '15
Meredith L. Mooney '05
Valerie Nam '16
Sho Nihei '15
Delia Rissmiller ’03 
Jane Barhoff Ypsilantis '86



Chicago
Tom Holleb '88
Harriet Lang '97
Lowey Bundy Sichol '92
Caroline Trustey '13
Sara Iannone
Nick Ziebarth ‘95




New York
Carly Churchill '10
    Assistant Director of Alumni Programs
Tom Armstead '89
Julia Caffrey '10
Bryan Chang '15
Ben Clapp '02 and Caroline Howe 
Sandra Contreras '89
Michelle Duncan '89
Ashley Banker Enthoven '02 and Nicholas Enthoven
Jack Greata '00 and Cecile Hart
Katie Keating '88 and Louise Timoney
Margaret Klein '10
Erinn Lee '16
Katherine Mullaney '11
Nicole Muto-Graves '11
Christopher Oyathelemi '07
Alexandra Palacios '11 and Luke Tkach
Adam Smith '07




Washington, D.C.
Cristina Antelo '95
Will Collier '11
Alysa James '11
Colin Lahiff '10
Greta Lundeberg '97





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