Alternative Break Fund
A gift of $7,500 funds the airline travel for one team of 18 students to Alternative Spring Break in New Orleans to conduct 6 days of direct service, community building and support.
A gift of $3,600 funds the lodging in San Francisco for a group of 15 Alternative Spring Break students to investigate homelessness, to service in soup kitchens and to volunteer at neighborhood community centers.
A gift of $3,000 funds 3 vans to shuttle an entire group of ASB participants to San Diego in order to explore issues of immigration, human rights and multiculturalism.
A gift of $900 supports an entire Alternative Winter Break to Portland to examine homelessness and poverty in the largest metropolitan area in the state.
A gift of $650 funds an entire Alternative Weekend for 12 participants in the local Eugene/Springfield area.
A gift of $300 provides one student scholarship that covers the cost of a west coast ASB experience,
A gift of $150 funds scholarships for two Alternative Winter Break participants,
A gift of $75 provides funds for the pre-curriculum of an Alternative Summer experience, which covers guest speakers, panel discussions, documentaries, readings and direct service.
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