To educate community about Blockchain and how this new technology can change the way data is stored.
To provide community service using Blockchain technology.
2019 BLOCKCHAIN COMMUNITY SERVICE SUMMER PROJECT
Collect excess fresh produce and other needed goods to donate to those in need, such as veterans and food banks.
Learn to use Blockchain technology to track donation, transportation, and recipient of the goods.
Start and organize a study group to educate and raise awareness about Blockchain technology.
Fill a Giving Bag and drop it off on August 25 to be delivered for area individuals with needs.
THREE SIMPLE STEPS:
- Find people who are willing to fill a bag to donate. Even if you are willing to donate yourself, it would still be helpful if you could also find others to donate as well. Preferred donation items: fruits, vegetables, canned foods, cereals, creamy peanut butter, toothbrushes, towels.
- Contact us (email to: [email protected]) with a list of donor(s’) name(s) and how many bags total to fill.
- Deliver the bags to Tigerlabs on August 25, 10-11 AM. If you or someone you have contacted is willing to donate but is unavailable on August 25, please contact us (email to: [email protected]) to schedule a time when we can have the bags picked up.
Drop Off Date & Time:
August 25th 10 – 11 AM
Drop Off Location:
252 Nassau St.
Cassie Tammy Wang
Elizabeth Yunjue Li
Samuel Xiangcheng Ying
Ismay Yugong Wang
7/24/2019 Cassie Tammy Wang, Vice President & Art Committee Chairman, Alliance of Youth Leaders in the United States (AYLUS) AND President & Founder, Greater Princeton of AYLUS (GPA) and members of AYLUS attended Princeton Blockchain Summer Project weekly meeting at Tigerlabs. AYLUS sponsors Giving Chain community service summer project.
7/30/2019 Richard Wang, AYLUS member, presented youth group action plan at Princeton Blockchain Summer Project weekly meeting at Tigerlabs.
8/4/2019 Greater Princeton AYLUS (GPA) Vice President Elizabeth Yujie Li and “Community Service Team” member Richard Wang attended Central Jersey Chinese American Association (CJCAA) summer picnic party at West Windsor Community Park from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM to talk about the Giving Chain Community Service Summer Project.
8/6/2019 Richard Wang, and AYLUS members Evan Lin and Amy Lin, and Princeton High School student Abigail Bao attended Princeton Blockchain Summer Project weekly meeting at Tigerlabs. Richard presented youth group website and project progress.
8/13/2019 Richard Wang, Xin Chen, Abigail Bao and Angela Bao attended Princeton Blockchain Summer Project weekly meeting at Tigerlabs from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Richard presented a preview of “Blockchain explained” of the study group presentation, introduced it to the adult team members. The presentation will be in a zoom meeting call on August 17 and 18 at 7 p.m.
8/17/2019 AYLUS members Cassie Tammy Wang, Richard Wang, Xiangcheng Ying (Samuel), Jennifer Wang, Karen Yang, Ismay Yugong Wang, and Kathie Wang helped Laozhu Farm with picking edamame and packing bags of produces. Farm produce filled bags from the event will be delivered to the NJ FoodBank on August 25th.
8/17/2019 7:00 – 8:00 pm Zoom meeting presented by Richard Wang. Join Zoom Meeting
8/18/2019 7:00 – 8:00 pm Zoom meeting presented by Richard Wang. Join Zoom Meeting
8/20/2019 Richard Wang, Abigail Bao, and Angela Bao attended Princeton Blockchain Summer Project weekly meeting at Tigerlabs from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Helped putting tags on BCP bags.
8/22/2019 Abigail Bao, Angela Bao, and Richard Wang went to Princeton Farmer’s Market to ask for donations. Fruitwood Farms, Lima Family Farms, and Terhune Orchards have donated potatoes, eggs, and apples.
8/25/2019 Richard Wang, Abigail Bao, Angela Bao, Cassie Tammy Wang, and Xin Chen Came to Tigerlabs in the morning to deliver the bags filled with donations. Out of 100 bags, 24 bags are from the youth group. JOB WELL DONE!
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