2016 Work Trips are posted on the Volunteer pages on this website. Learn about the opportunities during January, February, March and May to join one of our work trips to Biloxi, Mississippi, Brooklyn or Rochester.

Registration for all trips is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration forms are available on the website and in the Center for Community (MacVittie 353). Twenty-one spaces are filled for the January trip to Biloxi, 21 spaces (1 still available) for the March trip to Biloxi, and 14 for the May trip to Biloxi. The January trip to Brooklyn has 7 filled volunteeer spaces, the March trip to Brooklyn has 7 spaces and the May trip to Brooklyn will have 7 spaces. The Weekend of Service trip to Rochester on February 19-22 will have 12 spaces available. More information and details and registration forms are available on the website at http://livingstoncares.geneseo.edu and at the Center for Community in MacVittie 353.

Livingston CARES is a non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to assisting communities and individuals locally, regionally, nationwide, and globally in humanitarian projects, including disaster relief and recovery efforts. In September 2005, our organization began as a response to Hurricane Katrina's devastation along the Gulf Coast. We are a collaborative effort among SUNY Geneseo groups and organizations and the surrounding Livingston County, New York community. Although the original 10 year commitment to assist the people and communities of Harrison County, Mississippi rebuild their homes and lives will be completed in 2016, Livingston CARES will continue the work in Mississippi to help low income families with housing and other projects.

Since January 2006, 881 volunteers have participated in 34 service trips to the Biloxi/Gulfport region. Our volunteers have done it all--- demolishing houses, installing sheetrock, painting, beautifying grounds at an elementary school, and everything in between. To hear more about our past work trips and volunteer experiences, click here. Since January of 2013, 90 volunteers have worked on similar home projects on Staten Island and Long Island to help families recover from Hurricane Sandy..

Livingston CARES is also involved in local projects in Livingston County. Our next major activity is scheduled for Saturday, April 18, 2015. Students from SUNY Geneseo will be participating in volunteer service activities in almost every town and village in the county in "Geneseo Goes to Town."

. Donations to Livingston CARES may be made on the Livingston CARES website's donation page using one of two options:

  1. Making a check payable to Livingston CARES or
  2. Using the Network for Good credit card option

Questions regarding Livingston CARES may be directed to Tom Matthews at matthews@geneseo.edu or 245-5857.

We invite you to look through our website and learn about Livingston CARES. If you are new to CARES, the Learn about CARES section will help you become acquainted with us and our mission of helping communities in need. Are you looking to donate your time or financial support? The "Get Involved" section will help you support Livingston CARES in whichever way you choose.

Thank you for taking the time to learn about Livingston CARES!



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