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Looking forward to returning to Baton Rouge tomorrow with Tulane School of Public Health alumni and students! ... See MoreSee Less

Baton Rouge Volunteer Trip: Tulane SPHTM Alumni & Students

October 22, 2016, 7:45am - October 22, 2016, 3:00pm

On Saturday, 10/22, Tulane's School of Public Health students and alumni are invited to volunteer to gut homes in Baton Rouge! RHINO (Rebuilding Hope in New Orleans) will partner to lead the trip. Please sign an online waiver here before arriving for your work day! This is your official registration. www.rhinonola.org/volunteer-registration/ RSVP to Phil Krause, pkrause@tulane.edu. Please let us know if you have a car and are willing to carpool! Meet at 1545 State St, NOLA at 7:45am. We depart promptly at 8am. You may either drive yourself up or carpool. We quit at 3pmto return back to NOLA. Lunch will be provided. Tools and safety supplies will be provided. Friends and non-Tulane attendees are welcome! If you have physical restrictions (can’t lift, can’t handle heat, etc.) please let us know ahead of time! You can still volunteer, we just need to make sure everyone is assigned to the right role for them. Please show up wearing closed toed shoes, rainboots, or work boots. Please bring a refillable water bottle and work gloves (garden gloves are fine). A spare pair of clothes to change into for the return trip home is highly advised. Volunteers will document houses, remove items, salvage, and, if needed, remove drywall, carpet, etc. Unskilled volunteers are welcome. Each group will have a team leader who will direct all activities at the site. BRING YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE CARD please! Feel free to direct questions to Phil Krause (508-264-1558, pkrause@tulane.edu) or Caroline Cottingham (318-455-6614, caroline@scapc.org).

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