PVC Fall Service Spotlight

The Princeton Varsity Club strives to provide meaningful service opportunities for student-athletes across all varsity sports. During this fall semester, the Tigers gave back to the Princeton community through a variety of initiatives – partnering with Best Buddies to host a field day for children with intellectual disabilities, packing meals at the Princeton Mobile Food Pantry, and writing letters to service members stationed overseas. Below are some photos that showcase each of these experiences and the selfless efforts of Tiger student-athletes.

Throughout the fall semester, student-athletes also visited five local elementary schools as part of the PVC’s longstanding Reading with the Tigers initiative. In late October, the program made a special visit to Crosby Copeland Elementary School in Trenton, where student-athletes dressed up in costumes to share their favorite Halloween stories. More than 50 student-athletes participated this semester, reading children’s books and playing games with the younger students.

Click here to view a photo gallery from this semester’s readings.

Thank you to all of our PVC members who continue to provide Princeton student-athletes with opportunities to Achieve, Serve, and Lead through these community programs!