ASEZ WAO volunteers from New York City hosted the Take Action to Reduce Plastic Seminar at the office of Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.
On Thursday September 19, 2019, ASEZ held their Crime Prevention Forum at the University of Louisville with leaders of the Louisville community. Together, they discussed different ways to reduce crime in the Louisville area, and how young adults can continue to make an impact through volunteer services. ASEZ is made up of university students from
ASEZ volunteers from several Capital Region colleges held their Zero Crime Street Cleanup in Albany, NY. They were joined by Judge Regina Rinaldi and Councilman Owusu Aneke.
ASEZ volunteers from various universities and community colleges held a cleanup at the Wrigley Park neighborhood of Paterson, NJ. They removed a total of 50 bags of trash.
On August 18, ASEZ volunteers from various colleges and universities in the Bronx and Staten Island joined together to clean Randall Avenue in the Bronx, NY. Together with Assemblywoman Karines Reyes, the volunteers collected over 400 bags of trash.
The Church of God Orchestra and New Jerusalem Choir performed at the Lincoln Center for ASEZ’s Working Together for World Peace concert. During the concert, on behalf of the NYS Assembly, Assemblyman Nader Sayegh presented a citation to ASEZ in recognition of their outstanding volunteerism.
ASEZ WAO members held the Environmental Protection Forum for a Sustainable Future to discuss ways to reduce plastic waste and reverse its damaging effects on the environment.
ASEZ WAO volunteers removed 130 bags of trash from the Heritage Trail in Middletown, NY. State Senator Jennifer Metzger and State Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther both attended the cleanup in support of ASEZ WAO’s Take Action Project.
On July 8, 2019, ASEZ volunteers from four colleges in Orlando, Florida partnered with Keep Orlando Beautiful and the Orlando Police Department to remove graffiti and debris near Eagle’s Nest Elementary School, located in the MetroWest neighborhood.