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» AIDS Walk

Date:  Sun, May 19, 2013 (8:30AM - 2PM)
Location:  Central Park - Enter at 59th Street and 5th Avenue

This is our biggest event each year! Come walk and have fun as you raise money and awareness about HIV/AIDS. By the time the walk is over, your feet may be tired but you’ll definitely have gotten to know some people better!

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» Walk Now For Autism Speaks Walk

Date:  Sun, May 5, 2013 (10:30AM - 12:30PM)
Location:  CitiField, Flushing NY

Help join the fight against Autism! It is 1.5 miles long. PLEASE READ: Their walk has a rolling start. This means walkers can enter any time from 9AM-12PM. Key Club will be entering at 10:30 (that’s when opening ceremony starts), so wait at the start to find everyone. But if you get there late/early, and want to walk by yourself, go for it! You can only enter with a special wristband. So, register officially early, to ensure that they will mail me the wristbands in time, so I (Yee Gee) can give you the wristband some time before the event. Otherwise, the project captain will on the day of. You cannot join the event if you don’t register!

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» EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women Volunteer

Date:  Sat, May 4, 2013 (7AM - 1PM)
Location:  Times Square

Come help join the fight against Women’s cancers. You do not have to be female to join! SIGN UP AS A VOLUNTEER. You may choose to walk/run, but you have pay a fee. It’s entirely up to you. Choose from monitoring the water tent, bib tent, t-shirt distribution, etc. We are also asking everyone to donate $5, and we’ll give 20 points for it.

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» March of Dimes: March for Babies

Date:  Sun, April 28, 2013 (8:30AM - 2PM)
Location:  Lincoln Center Area - 65th Street and Broadway New York, NY 10023

Come walk in this fun 3.5 mile walk to raise money and awareness about premature babies and how to help them grow up and live to be strong, healthy kids!

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» Parkinson's Unity Walk

Date:  Sat, April 27, 2013 (9AM ~ 12PM)
Location:  Central Park Bandshell - 72nd Street

Come walk in this fun 1.4 mile walk and raise awareness about Parkinson’s disease and have fun afterwards!

Sign up officially here: (After you agree to the terms, click to join an existing team and find Stuyvesant Key Club)

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» JCC Operation Teenage Chicken Soup

Date:  Wed, April 24, 2013 (5:15PM - 7:15PM)
Location:  The JCC in Manhattan - 334 Amsterdam Ave at 76th Street New York, NY

Once again you can go help prepare hot meals for those in need around the community.

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» Vision Walk 2013

Date:  Sat, April 20, 2013 (8AM ~ 12PM)
Location:  Central Park Bandshell - 72nd Street

Help raise money for sight-saving research to help people suffering from blindness.

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(Join Stuyvesant Key Club in the New York City event!)

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» Concern Spring Run

Date:  Sat, April 13, 2013 (8AM ~ 12PM)
Location:  Central Park - 102nd Street and East Drive by the ball fields

Help out at this 4K run which aims to bring awareness about the extreme poverty that exists in some parts of the world!

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(Fill out the form at the bottom of the page)

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» Hamilton Madison House Booksale

Date:  Sat, April 6, 2013 (9:45AM -1PM)
Location:  253 South Street New York, NY 10002

The Hamilton Madison House aims to improve the community, so go help out at their booksale. You’ll help setup and cleanup, as well as assist during it.

5-6 volunteers are needed! We promised we’d get that many so please sign up for this!

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» Crossroads 2013

Date:  Sat, April 6, 2013 (10AM - 6PM)
Location:  Columbia University - Hamilton Hall

A crossroad represents a point at which a crucial decision must be made that will have far reaching consequences. As of the 2005 census, almost 15 million Americans identify as Asian or Pacific Islander. While the APIA community has come a long way in terms of overcoming discrimination, fighting stereotypes,… having representation in sports, media, politics, business and various other areas of society, we still have a lot to learn from each other and ourselves. We still have a lot that we can accomplish. Every year, the Asian American Alliance at Columbia University hosts Crossroads leadership conference. All high school students are encouraged to apply. Delegates will work closely with student leaders at Columbia University. We hope to provide delegates with information, history, leadership skills, and a network of peers from which they can benefit from to become the next of generation of leaders.

To apply for this: FILL THIS OUT BY APRIL 4TH! (Just in case anyone was already planning to attend, this means you’ll get credit for going!)

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