2019 Alumni Global Day of Service


The fifth annual Alumni Global Day of Service will unite Binghamton University graduates in community service projects during a designated weekend, showing Bing pride and the collective power of volunteerism. REGISTER NOW to join us in this enjoyable, worldwide and impactful alumni event!  


Here's how you can participate:

1. Join a project in your region. See our schedule of alumni-led service projects and sign up for one that matches your interest and location.

2. Engage in independent service. Some ideas are listed below. Complete our registration form to let us know how you'll be participating in Alumni Global Day of Service.

  • Donate blood
  • Donate gently used clothing or toys
  • Donate books to your local library
  • Donate coats and other items for the homeless
  • Donate food items to your local food bank
  • Serve food at a soup kitchen
  • Volunteer at your local hospital or retirement community
  • Help beautify your city
  • Help at, or donate supplies to, your local animal shelter
  • Write to soldiers

3. Share your #BingPride by making a gift to The Binghamton Fund.

4. Post your good news on social media. Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat and Twitter help us share all your hard work during Alumni Global Day of Service and afterward. Want to learn more about sharing your stories? See quick tips for site leaders and volunteers, and learn how to create fun and compelling social content for this event.

If you have questions about Alumni Global Day of Service, contact Alicia Hibbard 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.