Global Days of Service: About Our Event

We know many of you are doing amazing things in your communities during this difficult time, and we want to hear about them! Whether you're donating items in need, making masks, helping your local food pantry make deliveries or engaging in any other volunteerism, let us know.

Communities need help and positivity now more than ever and we are thankful for the generous spirit of our Binghamton alumni around the globe. Fill out our quick online form to share what you are doing, and we'll send you a token of our appreciation.

Plans for future designated Alumni Global Days of Service are TBD because of the pandemic.

If you have questions, contact Megan Borovicka in the Office of Alumni Engagement.


Binghamton University's Philosophy of Service

Our University community has a long history of community engagement. As a public institution "dedicated to enriching the lives of people in the region, state, nation and world through discovery and education and to being enriched by partnerships with those communities," serving the public is and always has been at Binghamton's core. The Binghamton University community views service as a two-way, mutually beneficial engagement for the public good. Those receiving service benefit from what help is being provided, and those serving learn and are enriched by the knowledge and experience of community members. Binghamton University students, staff, faculty and alumni are expected to be humble and open to learning from the experience, which should benefit all.