The 3rd Annual Fredonia Days of Service will take place November 6-12. This campus
tradition combines volunteer efforts and service-learning projects at various locations
throughout the local community. Community service projects include but, not limited
to: raking leaves, painting, cleaning, serving meals, playing Bingo, picking up trash,
registering blood donors, collecting food items for local food pantries, and assisting
local youth and senior citizens.
Individual and group volunteers are welcome! Please sign-up online by November 2nd.
To see a full list of projects and register click here.
Have you ever volunteered at a soup kitchen or for Habitat for Humanity? Have you
ever wanted to do more to help others or make a difference in someone's life?
About Volunteer and Community Services
The Volunteer and Community Services Program provides volunteer opportunities for students to help build sustainable and meaningful partnerships in the community. This program assists students with real world experience while enriching the lives of others and enhancing their academic experience. In addition, the office provides advisement and resources to faculty and staff. It is dedicated to promoting volunteerism and service learning experiences in and outside the classroom.
Interaction with people from the community can help with recommendations for future jobs. There are many positive aspects to being a volunteer; especially feeling good about making a difference.
What you will gain from service...
Three R’s to volunteering...