Save the Earth from A to Z
University students are the leaders of the future generations who act for the real change of the earth.
Save the Earth
ASEZ is a group of university student volunteers who act to address pressing needs in communities around the world.
We carry out the SAVE Movement in 175 countries.
People are suffering from disasters caused by climate change—earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, terrorists attacks, wars, and catastrophes. They are in need of help. The answer to all these challenges depends on young adults, whose actions can produce a real and lasting change on our planet.
As university students are tomorrow’s future leaders, if all of them work together to solve the specific problems within each campus, the hopeful future of humanity will soon become a reality. ASEZ wholeheartedly believes that, while the power of one person may be weak, together, we have the ability to change despair and sorrow into hope and happiness.
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 volunteers took some time out over Memorial Day Weekend to brighten up Prospect Park in Troy, NY. They removed graffiti, repainted the memorial and collected more than 1,400 pounds of debris.
ASEZ student volunteers from Manhattanville College, Westchester Community College and Baruch College removed graffiti and litter from Cranberry Lake Preserve in North White Plains, NY.
ASEZ volunteers carried out a Bronx community cleanup in the Bronx neighborhood of Norwood. Prior to the cleanup, ASEZ volunteers received a citation from Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez for their commitment to community service in the Bronx, NY.
ASEZ volunteers from all over New England, including New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts, came together to carry out their first cleanup effort in New Hampshire. They removed 2,400 pounds of trash from Allard Drive in Manchester.
ASEZ university students held their Crime Prevention Forum at Hudson County Community College. Officials from local municipalities as well as HCCC faculty members spoke at the forum to encourage the further implementation of the volunteers’ “Reduce Crime Together” project.
About 120 ASEZ volunteers continued their “Mother’s Street” campaign and “Reduce Crime Together” initiative at Hempstead Lake State Park.
About 250 ASEZ volunteers and students participated in the NYS Citizen Preparedness Training at Lehman College. The National Guard presented what to do in the case of an emergency.
Student volunteers carried out a “Mother’s Street” cleanup at the University of Puerto Rico’s Rio Piedras Campus, removing more than 2,000 pounds of trash.
ASEZ volunteers carried out the “Mother’s Street” campaign at the University at Buffalo, removing excess vegetation and weeds in front of student housing near the South Campus.
ASEZ and the Church of God performed a “Mother’s Street” cleanup at the University of Puerto Rico in Aguadilla, working with faculty members to beautify the campus.