United Way Alternative Spring Break
About Alternative Spring Break
For more than seven years, United Way has provided students with an opportunity to give back during their spring break. Through unique collaborations between United Way and partners like Deloitte, MTV and Participant Media, hundreds of students were able to volunteer through life-changing United Way Alternative Spring Breaks in 2013. Since its inception, over 2,500 students have traded in their swim suits for tool belts and participated in Alternative Spring Break in dozens of communities across the country, contributing more than 77,000 hours of volunteer service.
United Way ASB Recap
|Maximum Impact - Miami||Spring Fix ASB - NY/NJ||Hunger ASB - Baltimore|
Still more to come...
Stay tuned for a detailed recap of all seven United Way Alternative Spring Breaks. For more information, please contact Edwin Goutier, Manager of Young Adult Engagement, at email@example.com.
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United Way ASB 2013 In the News:
MIAMI - Miami Herald: Deloitte Embarks On Sixth Annual Alternative Spring Break Program
MIAMI - Miami Herald: MAXIMUM IMPACT PROGRAM
MIAMI - Tucson News Now: Deloitte Embarks On Sixth Annual Alternative Spring Break Program
BILOXI - WLOX (VIDEO): Students choosing Alternative Spring Break to make a difference
BILOXI - Sun Herald: Alternative Spring Break is a work party on the coast
TUCSON - KVOA (VIDEO): Students volunteer their break
NEWARK - Philly.com: United Way of NNJ to host Alternative Spring Break Program