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Students- interested in participating in R.E.D. (Reaching Every Door) on October 3, 2023? Check out your email and see below as to how to register your group (or as an individual) to participate.  

 

FOR INDIVIDUALS

You can sign up individually by completing the registration form. Here is the link: 

https://saintfrancis.campuslabs.com/engage/submitter/form/start/6070100 

NOTE: New participants should register for a shirt. If you’ve participated in RED before, please wear your shirt from previous years. 

  • Please check the compressed class schedule and try to be as specific as possible about your availability.  
  • Committee members will assign you to a group and contact you about your project assignment and transportation needs. 
  • Please be sure to visit the JFK Center to swipe in before you leave and return to JFK to swipe out when you return to campus. 

 

FOR CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS/TEAMS/CLASSES/GROUPS

Your club/organization can participate in two ways: We encourage organizations to find their own project. If your organization has a project or philanthropy, please register that project; or You can adopt a project from the list the committee will be compiling from those who submit applications.  

NOTE: New participants should register for a shirt. If you’ve participated in RED before, please wear your shirt from previous years. 

  • COMMIT to do the project during your specified time 
  • ON OCTOBER 3 - Require your members to stop by JFK before departing for your project and when you return to campus to “swipe in and swipe out” so we can track your hours. 
  • COORDINATE transportation to the work site and back to campus 

 

Dear SFU Community: 

Here is an opportunity for you or your organization/group to give back to the local community, raise school spirit and continue a tradition at Saint Francis University.  Reaching Every Door (RED) is a day of service where students go out into the Loretto, Cresson, Lilly and Ebensburg communities and do various jobs and chores to help area senior citizens, people with physical limitations, churches, communities, civic organizations, etc.  Some of the projects we’ve done in the past include painting a living room for an elderly individual, cleaning out a garage, hauling recyclables to the recycling center, winterizing gardens, cleaning shelves at a local library, collecting litter at a local park, spreading mulch on trail paths, and many others.  

We have a small assortment of tools, gloves, and cleaning supplies to make your job easier. We also ask our registrants to provide paint and supplies for their projects. Students are not permitted to operate power tools or climb ladders higher than a step ladder.  

RED can only happen through the cooperation and dedication of SFU clubs, organizations, classes, fraternities, sororities and athletics teams. We encourage you to sign up today. 

 

COMPRESSED SCHEDULE of Classes for Tuesday, October 3

Section                 Regular Schedule             Compressed Schedule 
    R                       8:00 -  9:15                         8:00 -  9:00
    S                       9:30 - 10:45                        9:10 - 10:15
    T                       11:00 - 12:15                     10:25 - 11:30
    V                       1:15 -  2:30                       11:40 - 12:45
    W                     2:45 - 4:00                          12:55 -  2:00

Classes beginning after 4:00 P.M. remain unchanged. The schedule for individual classes or labs beginning at other times will be adjusted to correspond with the schedule above and announced to the students by the course instructor.

QUESTIONS? Contact Meghan DeFrancesco (mdefrancesco@francis.edu) or call 814.472.3385

Sincerely, 

Greek Life Inter-Fraternity/Sorority Councils & Alta Via

RED Day 2023 Committee 

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