*Appreciation Postcard CHALLENGE*

Tuesday, September 1st from 9:00am to Sunday, September 13th, 2020 11:45pm (PT)


Join in this heartfelt and meaningful project to show our deep appreciation and love for the First Responders who worked tirelessly through the recent round of devastating fires.  We also want to thank the healthcare workers for their ongoing commitment, as well as show love to special community members who might be struggling during these very challenging times, like Elementary schoolers, Seniors and Veterans.  So please take a little time to write one (or more!) of our pre-designed digital postcards below for whichever group resonates most with you, or feel free to create your own to upload to us as well, at www.canva.com

A variety of e-postcard designs can be downloaded here:

Community Engagement Postcard Folder

  • Healthcare Workers
  • Public Safety (Police/Fire)
  • Elementary School children
  • Senior Citizens
  • Veterans

Guidelines & tips: 
  1. To edit downloaded postcard, use Adobe Acrobat Reader [ https://get.adobe.com/reader/ ]
  2. Message must be at least 50 words
  3. Add a greeting and closing (include your name if you feel comfortable)
  4. Be sure to download the PDF and SAVE your work
  5. 3 postcards = 1 hour of service (maximum of 5 hours of service can be earned)
  6. To earn your hours, click the "Add Impact" button on the upper right side of this page (in this event) and complete required information (including reflection questions), then attach the postcard. 
  7. Postcards will be downloaded by the Office of Community Engagement & forwarded to the specified group.

Any questions?  Ask the Community Engagement Program Specialist:  jmyslik@csum.edu

Opens Jul 1, 2020 9:00am
Registration Closes
Feb 5, 2021 9:00am or when space runs out.
Age Limit
All Ages
Requirement Details
Supervisor contact information must be submitted in order to be able to verify service
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