Team Up with APU for City Links 2011
APU students help serve the community.
Join Azusa Pacific students in making a difference in our community!
This fall, more than 1,200 incoming first-year students at Azusa Pacific University will team up with local churches, nonprofit and city organizations, and city government partners to spend a day serving the community. City Links, an annual event hosted by Azusa Pacific since 1996, connects student groups with community leaders to make a difference. We invite your church or organization to host a student group for one, two, or three Saturdays this fall!
Saturday, September 17
Saturday, September 24
Saturday, October 1
8:30 a.m.–12 p.m.
Service activities that make a difference, including (but not limited to): yard work, painting projects, community events, food distribution, cleaning, and organizing.
Faith communities, schools, parks, civic organizations, etc.
City Links aims to build relationships among first-year students and those who live, learn, work, and grow up in the city of Azusa and surrounding communities. Working with faith communities, schools, parks, and nonprofit organizations, students and community members take action to promote a common care for our neighborhoods.
We are currently accepting registration forms from community sites interested in hosting students to serve for one, two, or three Saturdays this fall.
For more information or to get involved, please contact Jenny Elsey, associate director of the Office of Ministry and Service at (626) 812-3028 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the City Links website at www.apu.edu/citylinks/.
We look forward to teaming up with your organization to make a difference in the local community!