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Pull a tag & give a gift!

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The Holiday Helper Tree is a Georgia Southern tradition, and this year we are celebrating 28 years (1993 – 2021) of giving back to the local community! This year, making an impact is easier than ever! You can log on from home, choose your tag, and mail your gift directly to the organization. 


Become an Alternative Breaks Site Leader!

Students can apply to be a site leader for Spring and May Alternative Break trips now! Being a site leader for a trip is a great leadership and professional development opportunity. Site Leaders will be the the student leaders on the volunteer trip as well as plan and facilitate education, reflections, and group development activities.

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CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Applications close January 14th


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Become a Service-Learning Facilitator by taking LEAD 3000!

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COVID-19 Update: We care deeply about your health and safety. Volunteer service is completed at the discretion of the agencies and the students who choose to participate. Please review current guidelines put forth by the Centers for Disease Control, the Georgia Department of Public Health, State of Georgia, Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, and/or Georgia Southern University for the most up to date information recommended to minimize the spread of COVID-19/coronavirus.


Virtual Service


Be the one to make a difference: Volunteer weekly with an ESOL student and help them with schoolwork. Be the face that reminds them why learning is fun!

Details will be discussed via email after background checks have been cleared. In-person volunteers will arrive at their designated schools and virtual volunteers will have a secure Zoom or Google Meet link to have a virtual session monitored by an ESOL teacher.

Business casual attire in person, arrive early for parking if in-person.

Volunteers arrange times and dates on an individual basis. Will be coordinated between the ESOL teachers, volunteers, and myself. There are not shifts, as it is a 1:1 volunteer opportunity.

Contact: Becky Bracken at rebecca-bracken@georgiasouthern.edu, (443)876-5638


Online tutoring

Contact Charlene Brady at charlenehendrix90@yahoo.com


The Call2Care Program pairs student volunteers with older adults to engage in twice weekly phone contact.

Email call2care@georgiasouthern.edu


On-Campus Service


W.E. MOVE! Tutoring Group, Inc.

You can earn 5 volunteer hours per week when you sign up to become a k-8th grade tutor! Located in Henderson Library’s first floor in room 1219A, we work around your schedule! Choose two days out of the week (Monday-Thursday) to tutor from 3:00-5:30pm. Tutor training is provided! Experience preferred, but not necessary. W.E. need YOU! Sign up today!!

Sign up at www.wemovetg.org/meet-the-tutors/

Contact Brittney Brown at brittneyb@wemovetg.org, (912)373-6064


Eagle Essentials Food Pantry is looking for volunteers to assist with the Food pantry.

Contact Casey Weaver (cweaver@georgiasouthern.edu)


Off-Campus Service

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Fixing the Boro November Volunteers

Hey there! Thank you for volunteering with Fixing the Boro. We have many opportunities to volunteer this November ranging from laundry to running event booths! We have many weekend events and offer many other volunteer opportunities

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP

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 / Zach Donahue, zd01007-sw@georgiasouthern.edu

Address: 915 East Inman St, Statesboro, GA 30458
Website: fixingtheboro.com


Volunteer to help wrap gifts!

Nov. 29 to Dec. 3 | 8AM – 5PM

215 Simons Road, Statesboro, GA 30458

Masks are required.


The Downtown Statesboro Development Authority (DSDA) is looking for volunteers to assist with their annual Taste of Downtown event, and other First Friday events.

If you are interested in volunteering at any of our 2021-2022 events, please fill out this form.


After filling out this form, someone from the DSDA will contact you.


The Statesboro Family YMCA will be a monthly Community Yard Sale & Craft Fair on the first Saturday each month from 7:00 AM – 11:00 AM at the Statesboro Family YMCA, 409 Clairborne, Ave Statesboro, GA 30458. Volunteers are needed to set up, man the tables, and break down the event.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Weekend of Service

Join us during the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend as we complete various service projects and reflection activities in the Statesboro community.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS FORM


Soup Kitchen
Volunteers needed!
CONTACT
statesborosoupkitchen@gmail.com


Additional Resources

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

“Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn.”

 — John Maxwell

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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!


Last updated: 12/3/2021