RAH

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Two students stand with an elderly man in a bowling alley.
What is _____?: 

What is RAH?


RAH is a program that allows students to have the opportunity to serve adults with disabilities in our community. Every Tuesday at 3:30 we go to Miracle Bowl in Orem and cheer them on! Come and enjoy spending time with amazing people and have lots of fun helping them learn social skills!

 

Meet at 3:10pm at the bottom of the LSB to carpool. 

 

Volunteer Commitment: We go each week, but would love you to come at least once a month!

 

 

Program Directors: 

Program Directors

Melanie Rugg

(801) 376-9800

 

Michael Hagues

(619) 457-1603

 

Program Director needed. Apply here

 

Active Semesters

Fall   Winter  Spring  Summer

 

Time Commitment

1 - 2 hours a week

 

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How do I get involved?: 

How do I get involved?


To get involved, contact the program directors by phone or by email at rah@byu.edu.

You must also fill out a Background Check (bring your driver’s license or passport with you to 2010 or 2330 WSC).

Please complete this mandatory 20 minute child protection training before you begin working with this program. 

 

 

Experiences: 

Experiences

Serving these people with special needs who are so honest, and so far from guile, is one of the most refreshing things that I do every week. One time talking to one of the RAH bowlers about how their day was, I was overwhelmed with love for them and with appreciation for their purity and I teared up a little. They are so pure and so kind and it is wonderful to be with them, talk with them, and help them bowl.
-Evan Myres (2018)