ASEZ volunteers spent the day at the New York State Capitol, speaking with senators and assembly members about their volunteer activities. ASEZ was also formally introduced during the NYS Senate and Assembly sessions.
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 volunteers carried out a vacant property cleanup in the Brighton neighborhood of Syracuse, NY as part of their “Reduce Crime Together” campaign. They filled a dumpster with about 1,400 pounds of trash.
ASEZ hosted the Crime Prevention Forum in Newport News, VA. Local law enforcement officials and other speakers of various professional backgrounds spoke about the importance of working together to reduce crime.
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.