The Little Known Help Zone Spring 2017 semester was a busy and successful one here at Bryn Mawr College. We had some great events, and here is a round up of the accomplishments of the club this semester.
-Hosted a Guatemalan Tea Study Hour around midterms to provide a relaxing environment and introduce students to the tea of the Chirepeco cooperative, one organization we are supporting.
-Had the Deputy Consul of the Consulate of Philadelphia-Mexico, come for a speaking event with the Bryn Mawr Community
-Sell candygrams for May Day, selling fair trade ethical organic chocolate and raising over $50 for labor rights in Central America.
This semester, Bryn Mawr’s Little Known Help Zone had some great accomplishments. We can’t wait to put the money we made to good use and donate next semester, we raised over $200!
-Hosted our second annual yoga class event and raffle, spreading relaxation and positivity while raffling off a Mom’s Organic Market.
-Held a bingo event that shared information about human rights in Central America and gave away amazing prizes, including a donation of a membership to the Bryn Mawr Film Institute.
-Posted a banner in the campus center, asking for students to reflect on what they are thankful for around Thanksgiving while spreading the word about our organization
-Had a stand at the Staff Association Craft Fair, selling recycled gifts for the holidays.
Check out some pictures!
This semester was the first of the Bryn Mawr Little Known Help Zone club. The main goal this semester was to spread awareness about the club on campus and gain excitement, enthusiasm, and club members.
This semester the club…
-Presented and recruited at Community Day of Learning
-Hosted a preorder bake sale, baked, and sold more goods afterwards, raising over $50
-Held a yoga ball chair raffle, raising $80 on the chair and getting people interested in the last event of the semester
-Hosted a yoga class to relieve stress before finals, and had a large turnout
-Elected members for next year
Over the summer, the club will start to plan events and write bylaws for next semester.