We are a student run club that organizes volunteering and fundraising events for our community partners: The Special Olympics of Northern California, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Sacramento, and Habitat for Humanity.
We host a number of events, both for students as well as faculty, staff, alumni and the greater community to raise funds for our partners. In addition, we set up volunteering opportunities where our students can go and interact with the children at the Boys & Girls Club and the Special Olympics, and build houses for Habitat for Humanity.
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What You’ll Find Here
On this site, you will be able to view our recent and upcoming events, as well as receive information on our community partners and how your support can help make this club successful.
This school year, C4C weekend occurs April 11-12, 2014. Each of the nine C4C chapters (Stanford GSB, UCLA, USC, UC Berkeley, University of Washington, UC Irvine, UC Davis, Pepperdine, University of San Francisco) compete in several athletic events. The events range from soccer to the trivia bowl to flag football to the challenge races to a dance competition – there’s something for everyone!
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