Students representing 45 organizations on ASU’s campus will volunteer over 1,500 hours of community service at more than 25 locations during the “Devils in Disguise” event March 23.
According to a university press release, there will be a number of volunteer options from which applicants may choose from on “Devils in Disguise” day.
This year will also mark the first time the project will feature all four campuses since the event began in 2000.
“Devils in Disguise,” led by the Changemaker Central Arizona State University Community Service Coalition, is currently collaborating with a wide-range of organizations including the Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, Phoenix Children’s Hospital and St. Vincent de Paul.
The event, which will provide students with shuttle transportation, is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. and end at 1 p.m. Food and entertainment will also be provided.
Students can register at the ASU website.
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