GAiN Mission Packing Project

Friday, November 9th, 2018 from 8:30am to 4:30pm (ET)


Please join us on Friday, November 9 and help relieve suffering, restore dignity, and reveal hope as we prepare humanitarian aid for people in some of the toughest places on earth.

The November Mission Packing Project at our GAiN Logistics Center - 1506 Quarry Rd, Mount Joy, PA 17552 will involve hundreds of volunteers both Friday and Saturday, Nov 9&10. Though it is possible for LU students to attend on Friday, we plan to arrange transportation for at least 14 Lincoln University students to participate on Friday 11/9. 

We will gather to leave campus by 8:30 AM Friday morning, and will aim return to campus by 4:30 PM. Individuals and groups with their own transportation are welcome to arrive or leave whenever they wish. Please bring a bag lunch, or cash to purchase a meal from a food truck on site. Groups may choose to order lunch (pizza, subs, etc...) for delivery from area restaurants. We can share more information about that option when you arrive.

To participate in any volunteer activities at the GAiN Logistics Center, you must complete a liability waiver. Once we have registered as an LU group, we will email everyone instructions to complete that simple form online. 
For your safety, closed-toe shoes are required in order to serve at the GAiN Logistics Center (no flip-flops or sandals).

We look forward to meeting you. Thanks for joining us to serve people in some of the toughest places on earth through Global Aid Network.

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Requirement Details
Meeting Thursday, November 8 @ 5 p.m. Wright Hall 119
Transportation provided. Meet at the Chapel at 8:30 a.m.
Liability wavier (will be emailed)
LU paraphernalia or Orange or Blue top, jeans (no ripped jeans allowed).
Closed in shoes
Excused from class.
Earn community service hours for a great cause!
Breakfast snacks and a box lunch will be provided.

There will be a wide range of processing areas that you can participate in: measuring drip tape and hose to assemble bucket irrigation kits for agriculture programs, tracing and cutting materials for washable feminine pads to produce hygiene kits for women in remote areas, sorting and packing clothing and shoes, and helping to heat seal bags of rice and beans for shipment to refugee situations around the world, just to name a few...
13 Positions Filled | 11 Impacts | 88 Hours