HU Students NEED Your Help To Become A Blessing To Others

For more than twenty years, Howard University’s ASB program has been committed to serving communities in need and involving students in meaningful service. ASB connects students to the significance of their education and prepares them to be servant leaders for the nation and the world.

With your support, students will travel to:

Belle Glade and Florida Keys, FL –> Houston, Beaumont & Port Arthur, TX –> New Orleans, LA –> Chicago, IL –> Flint, Michigan –> Haiti –> Ghana –> St. Croix –>  Puerto Rico –> St. Maarten –> Anguilla

The program gained tremendous momentum in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and continued to expand when students refused to be merely sympathetic in the response to earthquake victims of Haiti. In response to the natural disaster, students spent their Spring Break working with orphans and helped rebuild a school in Haiti, launching ASB’s international outreach.

ASB is only made possible each year because of the generosity of individual donors and institutional partners who provide the support and resources necessary to ensure the safety and care of over 700 students domestically and internationally.

When you give to WHUR’s 2018 Helping Hands, you help students like Howard University Biology Major Clara Ekezie. Clara has been giving up her traditional Spring Break for two years to instead be in service to communities in crisis. This year, she hopes to travel to Port Arthur, Texas to help families still reeling from Hurricane Harvey. WHUR’s Helping Hands helps to defray the cost of sending 700 Howard students to communities around the globe to perform over 100,000 hours of community service. This year’s, Helping Hands Radiothon is Sunday, March 4th from 6am to 6pm at the WHUR studios,  529 Bryant Street, NW. You can drop off your donation to our studios, mail it, donate online HERE, or call the SunTrust Phone Bank at 202-462-0285.




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