Casey Wasserman and the Wasserman Foundation hosted the 9th Annual Wasserman Serve Day on October 3, 2019. Around 600 Wasserman employees and friends volunteered in 11 cities across 6 countries. Wasserman volunteers have completed more than 50 service projects over the last 9 years for Wasserman Serve Day. More pictures can be found on our Facebook page!
Volunteers in Los Angeles painted murals around the campus at Sunrise Elementary School in Boyle Heights.
Volunteers in Carlsbad renovated the San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum and created STEM kits for visiting kids.
Volunteers in New York painted colorful murals in the stairwells of PS 54 in Brooklyn to brighten up the campus.
Volunteers in Portland sorted and packaged school supplies for the Schoolhouse Supplies Free Store for Teachers.
Volunteers in Raleigh renovated Merrick Moore Elementary School, including refurbishing the library, painting, and assembling furniture.
Volunteers in San Antonio made over the common areas at Seton Home, a housing facility for teenage moms and their babies.
Volunteers in Dubai collaborated with Emirates NBD to visit the HK Rehab Centre and participate in activities with children suffering from Neurological challenges.
Volunteers in London painted, restored fences, built raised flower beds, and refurbished the Garden House at the Maxilla Forest School.
Volunteers in Toronto built food forest trails, weeded, mulched, harvested vegetables, and planted trees at Black Creek Community Farm.
Volunteers in Belgium maintained and repaired a rehabilitative Care Farm for people with mental and/or physical disabilities.
Volunteers in the Netherlands hosted a beach volleyball tournament for 50 children from a disadvantaged neighborhood to increase their social opportunities and encourage a healthy lifestyle.