Unable to join one of our scheduled AFO (Alumni for Others) events, but still want to give back in your community?
Creating a project doesn't have to be difficult or too time-consuming. Instead, contact a community resource center in your area and join an existing program. Make use of the resources provided by national or local service agencies, such as Catholic Charities, Habitat for Humanity, Easter Seals, or Goodwill Industries.
The Food Recovery Network (FRN) is the largest student-led food recovered movement in the nation with chapters at over 70 universities across the United States. Active on our campus since May 2014, FRN has organized deliveries of over 1,500 pounds of food left over from SCU's dining services (Bon Appetit). Leftover edible food is packed and ready for volunteers to pick up and deliver to Martha's Kitchen in downtown San Jose. Volunteering to transport the food takes less than an hour. Email Food Recovery Network, email@example.com, for more information about how you can get involved.
Find volunteering opportunities with nonprofit organizations by location and interest area.
A great resource for those looking for domestic or international full-time spiritual volunteer opportunities.
A great resource for those looking for domestic or international full-time spiritual volunteer opportunities. - See more at: http://www.scu.edu/alumni/service-spirituality/other-service-opportunities.cfm#sthash.ESnBJscl.dpuf
EWB-USA supports development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design sustainable engineering projects.
The national office for over 1,700 local Catholic Charities agencies nationwide working to reduce poverty.
The Volunteer Family’s programming has enabled families with kids to discover the joy of giving back together.
The Ignatian Solidarity Network promotes leadership and advocacy by educating its members on social justice issues.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul offers tangible assistance to those in need on a person-to-person basis.
Special Olympics sports provide a gateway of empowerment, competence, and acceptance to those challenged with disabilities.
Meets pressing community needs by mobilizing caring New Yorkers in volunteer service.