What is case for community day?

Established by the Staff Advisory Council in 2002, Case for Community Day invites all members of Case Western Reserve to volunteer for the day and connect with our Greater Cleveland community.

The event, sponsored by the Center for Community Partnerships, offers participants a variety of activities, including community improvement projects, fun with co-workers, a luncheon and an end-of-day celebration.

The whole day is made possible by the generous support and collaboration of campus departments, including the Offices of the President and the Provost, University Relations, the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning, University Programs and Events, Facilities Services, Office of Graduate Studies, Office of Marketing and Communications, Office of Student Activities, Staff Advisory Council and our Charity Choice Federation Representatives.

Case Western Reserve University would like to thank each of our corporate sponsors for their generous support of Case for Community Day: Bon Appetit, Business Volunteers Unlimited, Cleveland Indians Volunteer Challenge, Famicos Foundation, Hopkins Transportation Service and Sherwin Williams.

More than a day

Enjoy Case for Community Day? Check out the Center for Community Partnerships to learn about many ongoing volunteer opportunities throughout the year.

Share your photos

Share your photos

Are you a Case for Community Day alum? Add your photos and videos to the Case for Community Flickr pool to share your experience. Visit the Flickr pool.