Casey Wasserman and the Wasserman Foundation hosted the 12th Annual Wasserman Serve Day on September 13, 2022. Over 900 Wasserman employees volunteered in 23 service projects across 8 countries. Wasserman volunteers have completed 108 projects over the last 12 years for Wasserman Serve Day.
Wasserman employees volunteered with their local park council and planted 200 trees.
Wasserman employees spent the day at the Austin Humane Society.
Wasserman employees painted a mural, gardened, built storage units and painted picnic tables at the Curtis Guild School.
Wasserman employees built bicycles with students and taught them how to ride them at McAuliffe Elementary School in partnership with Cycle Kids.
Wasserman employees beautified the outside of Oakley Square Apartments.
Wasserman employees worked at Camp Cole, a fully accessible campus and retreat for children, teens, and adults facing serious illnesses and other physical, mental and emotional health or life challenges.
Wasserman employees in the new Fort Lauderdale office came together for a beach clean-up for their first all-office gathering.
Wasserman employees gardened and conducted wildlife surveys for Little Wormwood Scrubs park.
Wasserman employees helped beautify Weigand Ave Elementary School by painting murals on 13 areas around the school.
Wasserman employees helped paint and cleanup El Amor Te Elicia a Ti, a school for youth with disabilities.
Wasserman employees volunteered at Care Farm Huppeldepup and built a fence for therapy donkeys.
Wasserman employees taught students English by sharing career success stories.
Wasserman employees picked up trash at the beach.
Wasserman employees volunteered at Wounded Warriors of Collier County.
Wasserman employees built picnic tables and landscaped for students at a local school.
Wasserman employees helped beautify Crotona Park in the Bronx.
One group of Wasserman employees participated in a career panel with high school students from Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles.
The other group of Wasserman employees made virtual teacher appreciation cards for the teachers at Roosevelt High School.
Wasserman employees refreshed, weeded and raked at the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden.
Wasserman employees cleaned up and refreshed Wildwoods Forest Elementary.
Wasserman employees refreshed the building of St. PJ’s Children’s Home and assisted teachers by assembling homework packets for children.
Wasserman employees volunteered with a local surf club.
Wasserman employees played games with residents in a local nursing home.
Wasserman employees painted and cleaned up Variety Villages, a facility that works with disabled children.