We have fun. We do good. We'd love you to volunteer with us Saturday morning, April 20th, for our Club's annual community service project at the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank. Please RSVP by 4/17.
Our goal is to have 50 Big Ten friends to volunteer. The Foodbank is a non-profit organization that solicits, stores and distributes donated food and grocery projects to charitable agencies throughout the Greater Los Angeles area.
As we've done in past years, we'll sort, clean and repackage donated items for a morning under the direction of the Foodbank staff and then, if there's interest, we'll head off to lunch at a local restaurant. This is always a rewarding event to participate in, it's free, and you will receive good karma for another year.
Please note: the minimum age to volunteer is 14.
- Make a positive difference for our Los Angeles community
- It's not horrible...some even claim it to be fun
- Meet other good looking and smart Big Ten alumni
- Advance the good name of the Big Ten Club of Southern California
Co-Sponsored by the LA Badgers and the Northwestern University Club of Los Angeles.
Questions? Jim Jacobs, Big Ten Club Vice President (NU) at email@example.com or call him at 626.334.5676 (home).
When & Where
Big Ten Club of Southern California
Founded in 1933, the Big Ten Club of Southern California was created to celebrate getting out of the cold and enjoying the camaraderie of others at various local events and functions. Plus with our long standing association with the Tournament of Roses, Big Ten Club members enjoy access to Tournament related events.
Major events include the Rose Bowl game, Person of the Year, Queen's Luncheon, and Caucus at Wrigley Mansion.