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Serve912 Weekly Trips

Serve912 Trips are back for the Summer!

Weekly trips for Summer 2022 will run from May 25th – July 9th (excludes Holiday weekends for Saturday trips). Students will meet in the Office of Leadership and Community Engagement (Russell Union Room 1056) 15 minutes prior to their trip start time.


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Want volunteer alerts? Join DIRT!

DIRT is an on-call group of students who receive text alerts when urgent community needs arise. To start receiving notifications, just text @dirtdire to 81010!


Alternative Breaks

Join the Alternative Breaks Board for the 2022-2023 academic year!

Join the team to help us plan our Alterative Breaks volunteer experiences for the year! We are looking for a Site Coordinator, Fundraising Chair, Education Chair, Marketing & Public Relations Chair, Recruitment Chair, and an Armstrong Campus Chair. It is an incredible professional development and leadership development opportunity!

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Virtual Service


Volunteer as a virtual tutor with the You Are Not Alone Support Group!

Contact Charlene Brady at charlenehendrix90@yahoo.com


On-Campus Service

Statesboro Campus

Eagle Essentials Food Pantry is looking for volunteers to assist with the on-campus Food pantry this summer! Volunteers are needed for Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00AM-12:00PM

Contact Casey Weaver (cweaver@georgiasouthern.edu) to sign up to volunteer


Armstrong Campus

Captain’s Cupboard Food Pantry is looking for volunteers to assist with the on-campus Food pantry.

Contact Cherie Gaume (cgaume@georgiasouthern.edu)

SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER

Off-Campus Service

Off-Campus Service Opportunities are available in Bulloch, Chatham, and surrounding counties


The Statesboro Main Street Farmer’s Market

We are looking for volunteers to help set up and take down the Saturday market! We are looking for help each Saturday from 7-9 am and/or 12-1pm

When: Every Saturday, now through November

Where: 222 S Main Street, Statesboro, GA

SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER: Contact Grace Lautzenhiser gl04119-sw@georgiasouthern.edu


Volunteer with W.E. MOVE this Summer!

W.E. MOVE! has volunteer opportunities for summer and fall that pair you with a preK-8th grade level student, 2 days each week. Your goal is to guide your student to academic progress through various tutoring methods and mentorship. Bring your enthusiasm and encouragement to W.E. MOVE!


Volunteer as a Counselor with the You Are Not Alone Support Group Inc.

The You Are Not Alone Support Group helps family members who have reached out to us for support and guidance on their loved ones unsolved cases and missing persons. Students interested in Criminal Justice and Counseling Adults and Children.

Email Charlene Hendrix-Brady for more information or to sign-up: charlenehendrix90@icloud.com charlenehendrix@yahoo.com


Fixing the Boro Volunteers

Hey there! We have many opportunities to volunteer ranging from laundry to running event booths! We have many weekend events and offer many other volunteer opportunities

Perks include working with animals, gaining potential experience in the veterinary/animal care field, and working with to ensure better lives for both animals and the people who take care of them as part of their lives. Parking is relative to how busy the clinic is, but it will be close enough to walk. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting messed up!

Contact: Bailey Geurin, volunteer@fixingtheboro.com

Address: 915 East Inman St, Statesboro, GA 30458
SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER


Soup Kitchen Volunteers needed!


CONTACT
statesborosoupkitchen@gmail.com


Additional Resources

Visit webpage for Virtual Volunteer opportunities. Click here.
Virtual leadership library. Click here.

“I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.”

 — Rabindranath Tagore

Last updated: 4/26/2022