International Gator Day 2014
All Strong for our Community
16th Annual International Gator Day
Saturday, May 17th
On May 17th, Gator Clubs® from around
the world will unite to utilize the size and spirit of the Gator Nation to positively impact local communities. Each Club will
take on a project that is important to their community and will volunteer the time and talents of its members to serve others.
This year, various non-profit organizations such as The Wounded Warriors, Covenant House of Florida, and Best Friends Pet Adoption
Service will receive an assist from the Gator Nation.
The Gator Nation is never stronger than when we work together for a common cause. Please join the University of Florida Alumni
Association on May 17th to show the world we are All Strong for our Community.
How you can be a part of International Gator Day:
- Join the University of Florida Alumni Association.
- Find your local Gator Club and volunteer for their service project.
- If your local Gator Club is not having an International Gator Day activity, start your own.
For more information, please contact Shirley Lynn at email@example.com or 352-392-7619.
As this annual event approaches, each Club's initiative will be posted below.
Don't see an International Gator Day activity in your area? Host your own local service project and we will list it on our website! Please contact our office to have your event listed.
For more information, please contact Shirley Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Area Gator Club® Projects
Pinellas County Gator Club® |
Fort De Soto Park
( May 10 )
Chairperson: Steve Traiman
Date: May 10
Join Gators worldwide in celebrating the University of Florida's International Gator Day of service by helping to beautify a local treasure: Fort De Soto Park. For the third year, the Pinellas County Gator Club will assist the understaffed and underfunded maintenance crew and Rangers. Different tasks with varying degrees of difficulty include trail clearing and invasive plant removal, a kids’ beach cleanup scavenger hunt, and a picnic for all volunteers and park staff.
Free park entrance and Parking passes will be provided to all who RSVP.