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31 Days of Giving Back Shares SBU’s Stories

31 days of giving


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Every year, Stony Brook students, faculty, staff and alumni share their time and talent through thousands of community service hours.

Each day in December, we’ll showcase a new story of community service on the “31 Days of Giving Back” blog, found at

The University was again nationally recognized this year with the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary community service programs in four categories: General Community Service, Economic Opportunity, Education, and Interfaith Service.

This caring campus community has a positive impact on friends and neighbors locally and around the world. From organizing clothing drives to blood donations to bringing a smile to a veteran’s face, Stony Brook University is committed to sustained, lifelong community engagement.

The Office of Government and Community Relations is proud to present some of the ways Stony Brook University students, faculty and staff share their time to create effective and meaningful campus and community partnerships.


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