Service Project Date
Saturday, September 30

APF's Serve America Campaign: NYC Parks Tree Stewardship Project

The American Pakistan Foundation is delighted to announce our partnership with the Pakistani American Youth Society and  New York City Department of Parks and Recreation  on a tree stewardship project on Saturday, September 30th in Brooklyn, New York from 9 AM to 1 PM at Foster and Coney Island Avenues.  The NYC Stewardship project aims to make NYC neighborhoods cleaner and greener.  Volunteers for the NYC Stewardship project will participate in a street-tree care event, where they will aerate, mulch, and learn about identifying city trees.  Participation is free and open to the public.

New meeting location at 8:50 AM - 1001 Newkirk Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11230

Official sign-up by September 14th: 

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Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty and wear closed-toed shoes. Volunteers are also encouraged to bring water and a snack.  Those under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.

If you would like to host a service project anywhere in the US, please email

Learn More about Pakistani American Youth Society (PAYS)

Pakistani American Youth Society's (PAYS) mission is to strengthen and progressively advance socially and economically through youth empowerment, communication, development, leadership and education. PAYS envisions to contribute to empowering the youth to develop the proper leadership skills and qualities that will serve to educate, create, and facilitate all the requirements to assist and better communities locally and globally. Join by clicking here.  Or like their Facebook page.

Photos from Previous APF Serve America Campaign Projects

Food Bank for New York City

YAPP - Young American Pakistani Professionals at Central Union Mission