Union's annual John Calvin Toll Day of Service is coming up on Saturday, October 5. Registration is now open to all members of the campus community. Students, faculty and staff members may choose their site and start time. Transportation will be provided to sites that are not within walking distance of campus.
As usual, we will have t-shirts for the first 300 people who check in. Registration is required and will stay open until Oct. 2 or the sites are filled.
Named for one of Union's first graduates in 1799, John Calvin Toll Day is supported by Al Hill, a 1946 Union graduate and his wife, Perrie. Toll was the great-great-grandfather of Hill, a retired attorney from Buffalo. The Hills created the fund to encourage Union students to undertake volunteer service. This will be the 25th annual Day of Service.
Sign up here: John Calvin Toll Day 2019