35 Hours of Service initiative invites campus participation during Remembrance Week

The Remembrance community is asking student organizations to collectively pledge 35 hours of service during Remembrance Week (Oct. 20-25) in honor of the 35 Syracuse University study abroad students who lost their lives in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland on Dec. 21, 1988. The Pledge to Remember initiative is coordinated in collaboration with the Mary Ann Shaw Center for Public and Community Service, Hendricks Chapel Office of Engagement Programs, and the Renée Crown University Honor Program.

To pledge service hours, student organization members can submit their availability in the Google form available at bit.ly/2AWpfML. Organizations and individuals will be matched with volunteer opportunities in accordance with their availability and ability to travel.

Email ajrougab@syr.edu with any and all questions or request for accommodations.