Westminster Alternative Gift Market

Service Learning In Action

Westminster College Inquiry students, including First Year Civic Engagement, Global Engagement, and Sustainability Fellows, are working together to learn about and support international and regional causes around the areas of hunger, gender equality, health & well-being, environment & conservation, children’s rights, education, and economic development.

Student research is being supervised by:

In collaboration with Becky Graham, Instructional Design & Technology Librarian

Join us via Zoom on November 6, 2020 for our Virtual Alternative Gift Market. We appreciate your support!

Live Presentations

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Join us on Friday, November 6, 2020 as our students present information about the causes they are supporting.

Causes

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Hear from our students about the causes they are supporting, including the research they’ve been conducting this semester, and learn how you can help!

Donate!

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Ready to help? Our donation page links directly to the organization’s online payment portal so that you can be sure your money is going to your chosen cause. Online donations will be accepted from November 6-13, 2020.


“We made a poster board which included information on the endangerment of the timber elephants for the Alternative Gift Market. This was a meaningful cause to me because I love elephants and wanted to spread awareness about their endangerment in Myanmar. I really enjoyed the event because of the different types of presentations that were given all throughout McKelvey, as well as the opportunity to spread knowledge to faculty and students.”

Sadie Cunningham, 2019 AGM Participant

About

Westminster College Inquiry students, including First Year Civic Engagement, Global Engagement, and Sustainability Fellows, are working together to learn about and support international and regional causes – join our students to make real change in the world!

Get in Touch

Have a question? Need more information? Contact us at:

kpark@westminster.edu
(724) 946-7251
Old Main – 223
319 S Market St, New Wilmington, PA 16172

Timeframe

Live Event:
Friday, November 6, 2020
9:00 am to 5:00 pm (via Zoom)

Donations Accepted:
Online: November 6-13, 2020
In Person: November 6, 2020, 9:00-5:00 in the Office of Faith and Spirituality at McKelvey Campus Center 223 (Cash only)