Titans Give Back
June 7, 2012
Fullerton, Calif. -
Cal State Fullerton student-athletes donated more than 1,350 hours of community service during the 2011-12 academic year.
"Titan Tales," a reading program (106 hours) aimed at local elementary students, and free youth clinics (807.5 hours) comprised the majority of the time but there was great diversity in the various projects. The track and field team helped clean up the beach (204 hours). The women's basketball team participated (56 hours) in the Susan G. Komen "Race for the Cure." The baseball team staffed a fund-raiser (70 hours) for the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation at Angel Stadium. And the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, which represents all 15 sports, staged its annual holiday party (118 hours) for the Orangewood Children's Foundation.
Even the Dance Team and Cheerleaders got involved, participating in "Titan Tales" at three local elementary schools.
Video examples of Titans in the community: