Community Sunday


Sunday • May 22 • 10AM - 2:00PM • Campbell Hall

Our theme this year is Bee The Change.

We hope you join us for a fun day outdoors giving back to our community by
participating in an ACTIVITY, bringing a DONATION ITEM, or enjoying FOOD + MUSIC at this all-school event!


You and your family can participate in one or all of these fun-filled projects. All materials will be provided – we just need you!

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  • Support Ukraine

    We will be selling Ukraine blue and yellow pins where all proceeds will benefit the people in need in Ukraine.

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  • Pet Supplies

    Students will pack dog treats that will be donated to Angel Hanz.

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  • No-Sew Blankets

    Join us in making No-Sew Blankets for the Assistance League.

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  • Care Kits

    Students will make care kits for the homeless. The Assistance League will be including these in backpacks that will be handed out in the future.

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  • "Bee The Change" Art Project

    Traditionally, students and other volunteers at Community Sunday work together on a community project to create a work of art that is both meaningful and commemorates their day of service. It is a fun way for the community to join together and contribute toward a common effort and it is also a way for students to express their individuality while being part of something even greater.

    This year, each student that comes to Community Sunday will have the opportunity to personalize a piece of “honeycomb” that will be assembled together as part of a bigger Campbell Hall “Beehive”. On their own piece, each student will be able to express their individuality and their hopes for the future. They can “Bee Brave”, “Bee Happy”, “Bee Unique” or they can just decorate and doodle as they wish to create something “Bee-autiful”.
    The finished work is an enduring reminder of how much good we can do as a community and represents the warmth and optimism our students have in their hearts. It also creates a lasting work of art that future students and members of the community can be proud of and enjoy for many years to come.

    The week after Community Sunday, the honeycomb pieces will be assembled by parent volunteers and hung on the wall where the Second-Grade classrooms meet the Green-Top (just left of “Wings”, a previous Community Sunday project). This hive will be a rich patchwork of messages and positive thoughts and a way for Campbell Hall students to “Bee the change” in the world they want to see.


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  • Books

    We are collecting books of all kinds to donate to the American Book Drive.

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  • Disposable diapers, baby wipes, and formula

    We are collecting disposable diapers, baby wipes, and formula to benefit Baby2Baby.

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  • Shoes

    We are collecting gently used shoes for Soles4Souls which is working to help Ukraine citizens.

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  • Sporting Equipment

    We will collect gently used sporting equipment which will benefit Angel City Sports.

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  • Dog Treats

    We are collecting dog treats to donate to Angel Hanz.


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  • Bake Sale

    Students will be selling home baked goods and proceeds will benefit our sister school in Haiti.

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  • Lemonade Stand

    Students will sell cups of lemonade and proceeds will benefit the Interfaith Food Pantry.

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  • DJ

    Enjoy great tunes during our day of giving back!

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Please contact Chaplain Joey Courtney with any questions.
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
Phone 818.980.7280

Campbell Hall is an independent, Episcopal, K-12 all gender day school. We are a community of inquiry committed to academic excellence and to the nurturing of decent, loving, and responsible human beings.

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