11 Photos - Jun 28, 2013
Photo: Photo: Gurgaon, India - Googlers visited Red Paws where they spent 3 hours with 300+ dogs. The Volunteers fed the dogs and played with them. We also have an Animal Collection Drive going on in Gurgaon Office for Red Paws to collect basic animal food, clothing, chains and other necessities.Photo: Lagos, Nigeria - Googlers worked with Generation Enterprise, a small business incubator and community hub that equips street youth to leave life on the streets, start sustainable businesses and create jobs.Photo: Boston, Mass. - The Cambridge Google team helped out at Rosie's Place on Friday, a sanctuary for poor and homeless women.Photo: Tokyo, Japan - At "Bouquet of Voices," Google volunteers provided audio recordings of stories from books and magazines to make them available on the Internet for blind individuals. Googlers were also escorted while blindfolded to experience what it is like to be blind.Photo: Oslo, Norway - Googlers went into the forest to restore an old cabin for the Norwegian Tourist Organisation (DNT). They used the day to paint, clean, cut grass and of course have fun. The cabin is now ready to open up for kids and families wanting to be close to the nature.Photo: Santa Clara, Calif. - Googlers volunteered at the Digital Game Museum. It was a great way to celebrate the history and legacy of games, gamers, artists and programmers who inspire us.Photo: London, UK - Googlers spent a morning with the kids of the Singlegate Primary School in London. They delivered a funny presentation on the history of the Internet and the world of Google. Afterward, the kids took part in a Doodle drawing competition and seven lucky students won Google prizes.Photo: Mountain View, Calif. - At the Lytton Gardens Senior Community, Googlers visited patients and aided in fixing up medical equipment and the facilities.Photo: Orlando, Fl. - Googlers coordinated a blood drive with Florida's Blood Center. This Googler has given 61 pints so far!Photo: Delhi, India - A team of 20 volunteers visited SBT's shelter home for girls, "Arushi," housing 50 girls aged between 5 and 18. The team organized an education session on various Google products.