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Amor Caritas Day 2021

Saturday, September 18
Amor Caritas Day was created in 2011 to honor Dana Hall’s long tradition of service by connecting students, alumnae, parents, faculty, and staff through community projects around the world. This year's day of service is going to be different due to COVID restrictions.
 
Please contact Angela Macedo with any questions.
Below are ways to participate:

Volunteer Opps

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  • Clothing Sort with Jewish Family Services ( FULL )

    *** Currently Full! ***

    10 am-2 pm
     (Open to Middle and Upper School students)

    This activity will be on campus.
     
  • Greater Boston Food Bank ( FULL )







     
    *** Currently Full! ***

    9 am-12 pm
    (Open to Upper School students only)
    Leave campus at 8:15 am, return to campus at 12:45 pm

    1 pm-4 pm (Open to Upper School students only)
    Leave campus at 12:15 am, return to campus at 4:45 pm

    In case participants are meeting us there, the address is 70 S Bay Ave, Boston, MA 02118.
     
     
  • Cradles to Crayons ( FULL )

     
     
     
     
    *** Currently Full! ***

    10 am-12 pm
    (Open to Middle School students only)

    1 pm-3 pm (Open to Middle School and Upper School students)
    Leave campus at 12:15 pm, return to campus at 3:45 pm


    In case participants are meeting us there, the address is 281 Newtonville Ave, Newtonville, MA 02460
     
     
     
     
     
  • Outdoor Clean Up

    10 am to 12 pm (Open to Middle and Upper School students and families)
    Leave campus at 9:45 am, return to campus by 12:00 pm 

    Location to be determined.
     

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  • Current events reports

    Favorite Assignment
  • Middle Eastern Studies

    Favorite Class
  • The Library

    Favorite Place on Campus

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  • Anna F. Quote

    "My favorite class at Dana Hall (so far!) has been Middle Eastern Studies. It covers interesting material that helps me to better understand current events, and provides me a unique perspective when so much of formal history education is focused on the West. The class has helped me break stereotypes, and I now view the world differently."
    -Anna