Fairmont State and the Tygart Valley United Way have partnered for the second consecutive year to host the Fairmont State Day of Action, which aims to provide a community service component to the University’s Welcome Week programming.
In recognition of National Stalking Awareness Month in January, HOPE, Inc., a United Way agency, is collaborating with Fairmont State University to provide free resources to students. HOPE, Inc., an agency that serves victims of stalking, domestic violence and sexual assault, will be present at the FSU home basketball games on Wednesday, Jan. 18, to provide educational materials and free stalking resource kits for victims.
The Community Service Learning Office is organizing student volunteers to help Marion County United Way agencies Friday, September 24, through Tuesday, September 28, for shifts of two and a half hours.
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