The UNC Employee Forum and American Red Cross are partnering to hold the 32nd annual Carolina Blood Drive at a time when blood supplies are facing a critical shortage. The pandemic has caused a shortage of blood donations and the cancellation of blood drives, causing inventory to plummet and leaving many areas of the country with only a one- or two-day supply. To help meet this critical need, the Red Cross coordinated with local public safety officials to develop comprehensive safety measures that meet the highest standards of safety and infection control, including those recommended by the CDC. These measures include taking the temperature of every staff member, volunteer and donor, practicing social distancing, frequent disinfecting and requiring that everyone wear face masks at all times.
Join the Employee Forum on Friday, June 8, 2018 from 8:00AM – 4:30 PM to help build a home for a deserving UNC Staff Member! Orange County Habitat for Humanity is building a home in Efland, NC that will … Continued
Join the Employee Forum, Carolina Center for Public Service and the North Carolina Botanical Garden at the Carolina Campus Community Garden (CCCG) 10 – 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, May 15 to plant a tomato, give a garden! With the generous … Continued
Community Service Committee Meeting Agenda Wednesday, October 5, 2016 11:30 AM – 2:30PM Hitchcock Multipurpose Room, Sonja H. Stone Center Welcome/Introductions [[11:30-11:40]] Update on Status of Food Drive/Miscellaneous Planning Items Prepare Donation Bins with Signage [[11:40-12:00]] III. Deliver Donation Bins … Continued
Agenda: Welcome/Introductions [[11:30-11:35]] Meet with representatives from General Alumni Association (GAA) & Carolina Center for Public Service (CCPS) [[11:35 AM-12:15 PM]] Revise/Finalize Committee Budget [[12:15 PM-12:45 PM]] Update on upcoming meeting with Kim Allen & Reps from UNC Website concerning … Continued
The Employee Forum has created a new committee, the Community Service Committee, to help promote UNC staff community service efforts. This committee, in coordination with members of Carolina Center for Public Service, Carolina Union Activities Board, and other campus organizations, … Continued