November 20, 2022 Alumni Events
11/20/2022 2:00 PM 11/20/2022 5:00 PM America/New_York Andover STAMFORD, CT: Domus Non Sibi Project

Alumni, families, and friends of Andover are invitedto participate in a non sibi project for

Domus organized by Karen Humphries Sallick ’83, P’14, ’17,
Elizabeth Siderides Theofanidis ’77, P’08, Amy Lord Wilkinson ’76, P’05, ’06, and Torrance York ’84

Sunday, November 20, 2022
2 to 5 p.m. ET

Domus
83 Lockwood AvenueStamford, CT 06902

15 volunteers are needed to fill bags with groceries for Domus to distribute.

Volunteers are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items for everydayand/or Thanksgiving. Over 400 families will choose which preassembled bagthey need. Please see the list of preferred food items here.

Please indicate ages of youth participants on the registration form.

If you cannot attend but would like to donate much needed food by
Friday, 11/18, please email Torrance York for collection locations in Greenwich, New Canaan or Westport.

We will begin on 11/20 with a short introduction to Domus' work to familiarize volunteers with the social issues Domus programs address. Since 1972, Domus has helped thousands of our region’s most vulnerable youth and their families experience success. Domus builds loving relationships with young people facing adversity, empowering them to pursue their path to self-sufficiency. Domus serves approximately 1,000 Stamford youth aged 12 to 25 who, at enrollment, are either disengaged or disconnected. They work with young people through their school engagement programs at the local Stamford high schools and middle schools, helping students acquire the social and emotional skills, attitudes, and habits needed to graduate high school and enroll and engage in post-secondary or obtain employment on the path to self-sufficient income, and through their workforce development programs where young people gain the skills necessary to obtain employment and avoid reincarceration. Other programs provide short term interventions to help young people learn new skills, improve attendance, gain academic skills, connect to resources in the community, and/or improve behavior. The vision of Domus is that no child shall be denied hope, love, or a fair chance in life. To learn more about Domus visit www.domuskids.org

Kindly RSVP below for all guests planning to attend. Questions? Contact Torrance at [email protected], 917-838-4714.

In consideration of the health and safety of visitors and our campus community, we expect visitors to be up to date with COVID vaccination, if eligible. Any visitor who is ineligible or has a medical or religious exemption must mask indoors at all times when on campus. We expect visitors to stay off campus if they have any symptoms of illness and to mask if they develop any symptoms while on campus. We expect visitors to mask at all times or stay off campus if they are a close contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID in the last 10 days. In the spirit of non sibi, the Academy trusts that those in attendance will follow these guidelines.

Phillips Academy spaces (whether in person or virtual) are intended for a diverse community of people to engage with and learn from each other in a free and open exchange of thoughts in a respectful manner. We value the participation of everyone and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Our Community Expectations can be found here.

STAMFORD, CT: Domus Non Sibi Project

STAMFORD, CT: Domus Non Sibi Project

2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Alumni, families, and friends of Andover are invitedto participate in a non sibi project for

Domus organized by Karen Humphries Sallick ’83, P’14, ’17,
Elizabeth Siderides Theofanidis ’77, P’08, Amy Lord Wilkinson ’76, P’05, ’06, and Torrance York ’84

Sunday, November 20, 2022
2 to 5 p.m. ET

Domus
83 Lockwood AvenueStamford, CT 06902

15 volunteers are needed to fill bags with groceries for Domus to distribute.

Volunteers are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items for everydayand/or Thanksgiving. Over 400 families will choose which preassembled bagthey need. Please see the list of preferred food items here.

Please indicate ages of youth participants on the registration form.

If you cannot attend but would like to donate much needed food by
Friday, 11/18, please email Torrance York for collection locations in Greenwich, New Canaan or Westport.

We will begin on 11/20 with a short introduction to Domus' work to familiarize volunteers with the social issues Domus programs address. Since 1972, Domus has helped thousands of our region’s most vulnerable youth and their families experience success. Domus builds loving relationships with young people facing adversity, empowering them to pursue their path to self-sufficiency. Domus serves approximately 1,000 Stamford youth aged 12 to 25 who, at enrollment, are either disengaged or disconnected. They work with young people through their school engagement programs at the local Stamford high schools and middle schools, helping students acquire the social and emotional skills, attitudes, and habits needed to graduate high school and enroll and engage in post-secondary or obtain employment on the path to self-sufficient income, and through their workforce development programs where young people gain the skills necessary to obtain employment and avoid reincarceration. Other programs provide short term interventions to help young people learn new skills, improve attendance, gain academic skills, connect to resources in the community, and/or improve behavior. The vision of Domus is that no child shall be denied hope, love, or a fair chance in life. To learn more about Domus visit www.domuskids.org

Kindly RSVP below for all guests planning to attend. Questions? Contact Torrance at [email protected], 917-838-4714.

In consideration of the health and safety of visitors and our campus community, we expect visitors to be up to date with COVID vaccination, if eligible. Any visitor who is ineligible or has a medical or religious exemption must mask indoors at all times when on campus. We expect visitors to stay off campus if they have any symptoms of illness and to mask if they develop any symptoms while on campus. We expect visitors to mask at all times or stay off campus if they are a close contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID in the last 10 days. In the spirit of non sibi, the Academy trusts that those in attendance will follow these guidelines.

Phillips Academy spaces (whether in person or virtual) are intended for a diverse community of people to engage with and learn from each other in a free and open exchange of thoughts in a respectful manner. We value the participation of everyone and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Our Community Expectations can be found here.

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