ASEZ Cheer Up Campaign It’s been two years since the pandemic started. The lives of people around the world changed in unprecedented ways. It was
The World Mission Society Church of God held the first university student summer camp. Around 90 ASEZ students gathered at the Church of God in
On November 18, 2020, ASEZ at the University of Louisville held the virtual Change Our Words, Change the World webinar. The purpose of the webinar
Sometimes, we forget how important our fundamental human rights are. But ASEZ volunteers set out to empower their local community. On December 19, about 15
On November 17, ASEZ volunteers from the University of Pittsburgh cleaned along Oakland Avenue and Atwood Street, as part of their Reduce Crime Together movement. Pittsburgh Chief of Police Scott Schubert joined the event and expressed his appreciation for the work ASEZ is doing for the community.
ASEZ partnered with NYS Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner for a graffiti removal project in the Bronx. Students cleaned graffiti and picked up trash along Sedgewick Avenue,
On October 27, ASEZ students from SUNY College of Old Westbury, Nassau Community College (NCC), NYIT, Hofstra University and Adelphi University joined forces to revitalize Hempstead Lake State Park. Carrying out yet another Reduce Crime Together cleanup, the student volunteers were able to remove 26 bags of litter from the area—revamping a major space for the community of West Hempstead.