On Saturday, March 11 Trojans around the world are coming together to make a difference in their communities by participating in community service projects.
Register now for one of our 2023 SCervice projects!
We will help 3Bluebirds Farm (3BBF) participants (people with autism) with preparing the float (and, if interested, joining 3BBF in the parade! Contact Faye at email@example.com).
The 400-acre Agua Hedionda Lagoon is a threatened coastal area and a sensitive and vital ecosystem that drains 135,000 acres in the heart of the San Diego's North County. Volunteers will help us prepare for our Saturday, March 18, Tip Top Run fundraiser by making signs, marking bins, walking trails to check for trash, pulling weeds and more.
The USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies and the USC Fieser Group are partnering up for an Alamitos Beach clean-up project. Trojans and members of the Wrigley Institute and Fieser Group will conduct a socially-distanced beach clean-up and collect plastics and trash at Alamitos Beach. Please dress comfortably!
Become a research volunteer in the Alzheimer Prevention Trials (APT) Web Study which helps individuals 50 and older track their memories with a series of online, no-cost tests that take just 20 minutes every three months.
Join fellow Atlanta-area Trojans at the Atlanta Community Food Bank Hunger Action Center. You might assist with a myriad of tasks including sorting and packing recently donated food, repackaging produce or grains for families, or boxing non-perishable items for seniors.
Fight On! Help us make bracelets for Children's Hospital LA.
Join fellow Trojans as we plant trees in Lents Neighborhood, Bloomington Park, SE Portland.
Create a school garden for one of our local elementary schools! Kids that learn to garden are 5 times more likely to eat vegetables. Gardening promotes mental health, patience and empathy. It develops a mindset of conservation and sustainability. Fight on!
Trail maintenance, including clearing brush, blazing (we use paint) and mapping, which requires using GPS devices that the town has. Exploring unused areas and potentially starting new trails. Alternative locations include Carlstrom Forest, Lake St. Park, or Camp Wunnegan. Join us if you can—we can certainly use the help as we work to keep Town walking/hiking trails open for all to enjoy.
Join your fellow Trojans in assembling food packages to help feed the vulnerable population in Washington, D.C. and surrounding areas.
The USC LAA Young Leaders Council is hosting a card-making initiative for hospitalized children. Volunteering for this project is easy and flexible - you can do it on your own time, whenever you want. Simply join the LAA Young Leaders Council and sign up to make cards for hospitalized kids. You can create cards at home, at work, or anywhere else that is convenient for you. This is a great opportunity to use your creativity to bring some joy and comfort to children who are going through a difficult time. Whether you are an experienced artist or simply enjoy coloring and crafting, your cards will be greatly appreciated by the young patients who receive them. So if you are looking for a meaningful way to give back to your community, consider volunteering with the USC LAA Young Leaders Council to create cards for hospitalized children. It's a small gesture that can make a big difference in the lives of children and their families.
Join fellow Trojans as we create arts and crafts/messages on friendly cards for seniors- via Cards on Wheels benefitting South Weymouth, MA Meals on Wheels.
We will host a clean-up in Park City. We will pick up trash and do weeding along the city streets.
Join us as we engage in self-care and SCervice! We will virtually gather to color, relax, and send completed colored pages to put a smile on others! We will support Color A Smile, a nonprofit that "distributes cheerful drawings to senior citizens, our troops overseas, and anyone in need of a smile."
Come and get your hands dirty while doing GOOD! Provide labor at Common Roots Farm, where people with disabilities join with others to grow healthy food, beautiful flowers and create friendships that sustain everyone.
Join us in assembling food boxes that feed the vulnerable population in Orange County and surrounding areas. Help us serve seniors, children, low-income families, and people with disabilities. Volunteers of all ages and physical abilities are welcome!
CSU's EXPO Farm is a multi-generational space open to the public for volunteer participation three times weekly. We host free community gardening and nutrition classes monthly, in addition to other activities and events. Volunteers will do farming-related activities such as harvesting plants and seeds, moving compost and mulch, digging up weeds and grasses, cutting back overgrown plants and clearing and bagging up trash. Exactly what you'll do depends on the needs of the farm that day (we have tools and gloves available).
This former abbey for an order of monks is being converted to a campus to provide services to the homeless and others in need by the Orange County Rescue Mission. We will be working on the ranch in a number of ways: landscaping, gardening, staining various wooden structures, clearing out and cleaning buildings, and demolition in some areas.
Come to Drake Park to pick up trash in the park, across the river, and in downtown. If you have questions please reach out. I will provide trash bags and gloves. I have 3 trash grabbers, please bring your own if you have one! Come keep Bend beautiful! Meet at the outdoor stage at the park.
Blood Donation Drive for Breach Candy Hospital.
Equest's mission is to enhance the quality of life for children and adults with diverse needs by partnering with horses to bring hope and healing through equine-assisted activities and therapies. We will be helping Equest with their barn and horses! Activities include mucking stalls, cleaning water buckets, feeding and haying the therapy horse herd, sweeping the barn aisles, cleaning out the cross ties and wash stalls, turning out and bringing in the horses from paddocks, and assisting the facilities manager with subsequent projects or tasks.
The Exploratorium is a San Francisco Museum offering more than 600 interactive, educational exhibits with activities illustrating scientific principles. Every year on March 14, the Exploratorium celebrates Pi Day. To prepare for this event, volunteers will assist in exhibit cleaning and any other prep work needed. There will be an orientation tour of the facilities. Volunteers are welcome to stay after serving to enjoy the museum. We require volunteers to share proof of vaccination and at least one booster.
Outdoor crafts and Indoor reading for children ages 2-5.
Join us for “Second Saturday Distribution” at Family Assistance Ministries! We open our Food Pantry for anyone in need of additional food and personal items, which can be received through the drive-through line. FAM serves residents of South Orange County with food supplied mostly from USDA. The event helps to prevent food insecurity for residents struggling to feed their families in a time of rapidly rising prices. Many clients are Ukrainian refugees who escaped from the war. It is an empowering experience to be part of the solution in helping fight homelessness and hunger!
Grant Halliburton Foundation and After8 To Educate look forward to hosting USC alumni and friends to help support youth mental health and youth experiencing homelessness.
Volunteers will gather at the Fannie C. Harris Youth Center to:
-Help create Hope Kits to distribute to individuals being discharged from psychiatric hospitals
-Help create hygiene kits for street outreach
-Help organize the clothing closet
-Help organize the food pantry
We will be packing meals for impoverished families around the world.
Turn hunger into hope with your own two hands by packing nutritious meals for hungry children around the world.
Established in 2007, Feeding San Diego is the leading hunger-relief and food rescue organization in San Diego County and the only Feeding America member in the region. We provide more than 35 million meals every year to children, families, seniors, college students, military families, veterans, people facing homelessness and other underserved populations, and distribute meals in partnership with 370 local charities, schools, faith communities, meal sites, and food pantries. Help pack and sort food for those facing hunger.
Join the Black Alumni Association for Alumni Day of SCervice at Future Ties. Future Ties serves disinvested children in low socio-economic/income communities. The project will target a youth audience 16-22 including female/male/non-gender (visit https://futureties.org). Volunteers will serve as mentors to provide life skills in the form of 1-on-1 mentorships. A script will be provided to conduct 1-on-1 mentorship on life skills. We also request that you donate, if possible, items such as socks, feminine hygiene products and school supplies.
We help at risk-children and families break the cycle of poverty and rise into self-sustainment and success! Volunteers can expect to work in a warehouse environment sorting food and product for families in need. We will divide up into teams to support our "We've Got Your Back" backpack program and our Giving for Living housing essentials program. These programs receive and distribute essential household goods that ensure families have what they need to create a suitable environment for children to develop, learn, and thrive.
Volunteers will work with staff and other volunteers on donation intake, merchandising, customer service, loading items into customer cars and general upkeep of the store.
Our goal is to provide consistent access to nutritious food and produce to those experiencing hunger. Help give back to the community and fight food insecurity in Southern California! We will be harvesting produce, such as cabbage and broccolini. Children 7+ are also welcome, making this a great family volunteering event.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the #1 killer of high school student athletes in the U.S. Heartbeat of Champions Foundation (HOCF) teaches teens how to perform CPR and how to use an AED (automated external defibrillator). Teens are screened by family history, receive an EKG and an echocardiogram. SCA screenings can identify teens at risk. The benefit to the community is the more people who are educated to perform CPR, the greater the chance those affected will survive.
Join the Black Alumni Association for Alumni Day of SCervice at The HollyRod Foundation. The HollyRod Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness of and providing resources to families that have a loved one who has received an autism or Parkinson's disease diagnosis. We advocate for ethical treatment, inclusion and access to services and treatment of individuals living with autism or Parkinson's with the goal of empowering them to live their best lives. The resources we provide include books to help our clients dream beyond their diagnoses. We hope that volunteers can collect books from friends and family and bring them to RJ's Place to help set up our library.
Join us as we bake cookies for donation to our local hospitals' frontline workers. Bake any cookie recipe you like in your own home kitchens -- we will pick up!
Horses4Heroes, a Las Vegas non-profit founded by a Trojan, invites USC alums to help with our morning chores, ranch clean-up and weekly open house, Stable Saturday. Free horse rides for your kids while helping us serve local heroes and their families!
En el Hospital Psiquiátrico, apoyaremos a la salud mental de los pacientes adultos con convivencia en el jardín con actividades artísticas. Daremos un refrigerio y se les entregaremos a cada uno algunos artículos de primera necesidad.
This year our Trojan League will volunteer at the the San Diego Food Bank. We will be packaging food at the Miramar distribution center. This is a fun morning and a great way to help those in need in our community. Last year, the Food Bank distributed 63 million pounds of food and they serve, on average, 500,000 people per month in San Diego County.
Jazz Hands for Autism is offering a volunteer opportunity for USC alumni passionate about music to support artists with autism. Volunteers will work with adult vocational participants in the JHFA studio and gain hands-on experience in areas such as videography, equipment set-up, interviewing, mentoring and performing with artists. Ideal for alumni who want to share their talents and work with the autism community.
Joint Educational Project (JEP) develops and facilitates service-learning activities for USC students that address community-defined needs. Since 1972, JEP students have worked with USC neighbors to address challenges in our surrounding communities while serving and learning in nearby schools, community-based organizations, healthcare facilities and legal clinics. Spend the morning enhancing JEP's STEM education programs by assembling book kits, helping the team inventory and organize STEM supplies and writing encouraging cards for students. Volunteers of all ages and physical abilities are welcome!
When a patient at Keck Hospital has a stem cell transplant operation, they are considered reborn. We will be assembling birthday presents for those patients, many of whom are children. Happy Birthday!
Volunteers will be assigned to small groups and placed into classrooms to read and play with children in KHCC's Early Childhood Program! A few hours later, the groups will come together to build bags and sort food in KHCC's food pantry.
Lunch, learn and help clean up the beach. We aim to have participants enjoy a meaningful event and leave with a better understanding of the issues of plastic marine pollution locally, having seen the problem first-hand, and also be empowered with solutions they can implement in their daily lives after the event.
This volunteer opportunity will provide USC alumni with the opportunity to talk about college with a local girl scout troop. We will have the opportunity to engage in crafts with the girls as they learn about your higher education experience.
Our school has (7) medium size storage bins, (4) handball walls, and (8) basketball backboards that we would like to decorate with positive affirmations, inspirational messages, and/ or cultural art/ murals.
A virtual workshop that celebrates Living Advantage's 30th anniversary and how the USC family has supported our youth in the community. Over the years together we have developed programs that highlight the importance of reaching appropriate grade-school educational competency, as well as life-shaping introductions to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEAM) programs as a gateway to secondary education. This exposure impresses upon our youth the hope of better employment opportunities and a stable foundation, thanks to our virtual outreach and mentorship workshops. USC alumni volunteers will give real-life testimonies about their own success and perhaps suggest pathways that our youth can follow.
We will be helping the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank assemble food packages for those in need.
Trojan Women's Network will raise funds to purchase products related to women's periods (e.g., menstruation cups, pads/tampons, sanitary napkins) and host a bagging event. Bags will include period products, informational pamphlets and notes, and will be donated to local University Park middle/high schools.
Volunteer with current USC students and alumni at Mountain View High School in El Monte to service the orchard in the local high school. It's an important space for students with 30 fruit trees that impart important lessons in sustainability and urban gardening. Together, we have the opportunity to contribute to this precious garden and ensure its future success for multiple generations of students.
Join the Black Alumni Association for Alumni Day of SCervice at Muddtown Farms. Plants + Coffee is an event centered around creating a space where people of color in the Los Angeles plant community can connect, network, and grow together over a shared love of plants. This event also serves as an opportunity to give back to the community of Watts, CA, through volunteering our time to help Muddtown Farms further accomplish its mission of providing food security and access to green spaces in South Los Angeles.
Roll up your sleeves and participate in this fun clean-up and beautification project in Nyeland Acres, a small, disadvantaged community in Ventura County.
Join Rock Creek Conservancy and the National Park Service for this invasive plant removal restoration event in Rock Creek Park. Invasive plants are a major threat to our fragile forests, and stopping their spread helps allow for a thriving native understory. Event location directions and information will be sent from the event leader one business day prior to the event.
Since the start of COVID, we have kept thousands of animals in their homes and out of the shelters. All the food is donated. Our last 3 Pet Food pantries served 1,261 animals with 40,830 pounds of pet food. Volunteers help with setup and teardown, food distribution, traffic control and statistics. Volunteers must stay for the entire four-hour shift.
Let's get together to help clean your favorite local beach. Our beaches get overwhelmed with debris and trash. We'd like you to commit to not just one day of clean-up, but for the months to follow. One weekend a month, fun, fellowship, alumni networking and good coffee!
Our volunteers work together as a group to plan, prepare, cook and serve a delicious home-cooked meal to the residents living in PATH's interim housing facilities. We will be serving lunch at the PATH Yale Navigation Center in Orange County.
Paws For Life K9 Rescue saves and transforms the lives of animals and people through innovative canine-centered programs that provide purpose, support, and opportunity through the Prison/Re-Entry, People & Pet Innovation Center, First Responder and PTSD Support, Adoptions, Transports, and Vet Tech Program. Please join us at our training center for a day of dog walking and other animal care activities!
Spring at PUENTE is garden time! It's our first year and we're learning how to grow vegetables, flowers and fruit trees. Preschool and elementary school students learn about soil, seeds, watering and fertilizing and take turns caring for the garden. USC volunteers will join our Master Gardener and Garden Committee to build planter boxes, benches for seating and to prepare the space for a decorative pergola. Weeding and other upkeep activities will also take place. Come join us in making our community garden beautiful.
Every year, we organize beach cleaning activities on SCervice day. Due to ocean currents, marine garbage often drifts onto Taiwan's beautiful beaches. Please join us to help clean up and beautify the beach.
Help us organize supplied food and packages into one-week boxes/bags for distribution to the community. AfricActive is not just a charity, it's a giving culture. We love our community! Here's what we'll do: set-up; assemble and put out tables and tents; offload food from trucks/palettes;lay out food on tables in organized fashion; build food boxes/bags; go through ‘assembly line' to fill bags; and tie off bags, handout to vehicles and walk-ups. Afterwards, we will take down the tables and tents and clean up.
USC Alumni in the South Bay will be working with the South Bay Parkland Conservancy, to construct the first official Redondo Beach Community Garden to combat food insecurity. We will be constructing 27-30 planter boxes, placing them within the designed, elevated beds, and filling them with compost materials. We may be planting some perennials along the architecturally designed hillside; Not guaranteed. Building materials and garden tools will be provided, as well as gardening gloves. Please bring extra garden gloves and come dressed to build and garden. Bring a small seat. It will come in handy. Water will be provided, but bring your own, non plastic, water bottle to fill & refill. The project is ecofriendly. No plastic, please. This is a great project to bring your children.
Volunteers will sort, quality check, and organize donated baby and toddler items for the baby boutique in the Room to Grow program.
We will be doing a variety of tasks including landscaping and other beautification projects. No matter your skill level, please join us! For 155 years, the Sacramento Children's Home has offered a wide range of residential and community-based programs to help children and families break the generational cycle of child abuse and neglect. USC alumnus David Baker is our CEO and has helped coordinate our annual Day of SCervice since 2013. We are excited to continue this tradition.
Spend an afternoon with residents of the Sakura Gardens, which is a Senior Housing facility. Volunteers will host a BINGO game with their residents. The residents look forward to welcoming Trojans back to host this event. The smiles on their faces when they win a prize is priceless!
The garden is being taken care of by some of the residents, but it is difficult for them to do so on a regular basis. They welcome volunteers to help weed, trim plants and trees, water and to maintain the beauty of their garden for residents to enjoy.
The Keck School of Medicine of USC Salerni Collegium Alumni Association has partnered with the Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley & Eastside to volunteer at their "Beyond The Walls" Sailing Club opening day. Volunteers will help oversee 50-100 children in various activities on the sand and in the water.
Work together to sort and/or pack produce, nonperishable foods, and household items, preparing them for distribution. Duties may include checking for expiration dates, quality control, labeling cans, bagging product.
Clean the park to help the community. I will provide tools.
Join fellow Trojans and Heal-The-Bay for a Beach Clean-Up at Santa Monica Pier. Let's be the SOLUTION TO OCEAN POLLUTION! Heal the Bay volunteers have removed more than 4 million pieces of trash from LA's coastline. Protect what you love! Open to volunteers of all ages & abilities. Supplies will be provided.
On every second Saturday of every month, we host a 2-hour clean-up event of Seattle's Chinatown, Japantown, and Little Saigon. The event involves litter pick-up and graffiti removal.
Food distribution at food pantry. Can include food packaging and set-up for distributing.
Come join us in volunteering at the SF Marin Food Bank at the Illinois Warehouse. Volunteers will pack grocery bags to be delivered to participants by other volunteers. Orientation and training are included in each shift.
Clothing drive to address clothing insecurity and help meet the basic materials need of low income children and teens in Westchester County, New York.
Join us to plant 5 new sidewalk trees in the Portola neighborhood, San Francisco, and celebrate with a delicious lunch after the trees are in the ground!
Silver Horizons provides free groceries throughout the month at various locations. Low-income seniors (50+) receive fresh produce, meat, bread, toiletry items and pet food, in addition to nonperishable food items. Volunteers will help fill grocery bags with needed items. Other duties and responsibilities may be requested by the Volunteer Coordinator.
When people lack the resources to get through today, it's difficult for them to focus on tomorrow. Soles4Souls turns shoes and clothing into opportunities for education and employment so they can have a more hopeful future.
Beach Clean-Up: Meet us at Lot #4 South, near the "boardwalk" in Santa Monica in Ocean Park, we'll be in 'SC gear. We'll provide trash bags, a few grabbers and disposable gloves--bring your own if you have them. Come with a good attitude and leave the beach cleaner than you found it.
We will be collecting donations of new household items and new and gently used clothing for SPIN (Serving People In Need). We will offer three donation opportunities: 1. In person at SPIN on March 11. 2. Through a link with Walmart.com. 3. Through the SPIN website. SPIN is committed to helping the homeless and working poor through quality programs and services centered on building self-sufficiency. We offer a hand up, not a handout, to help families get back on their feet. Join us as we strive to help end homelessness in Orange County.
SPY can accept up to 20 volunteers at a time at our outdoor Community Garden at Beyond Baroque in Venice. Tasks include weeding, planting and mulching. SPY's Garden is a space where both youth members and the community come together to learn about culinary literacy, harvesting and cooking. Youth interns also work with our Garden Team in this space to prepare them for their career by teaching time management and communication skills.
Assist in distributing food, clothing, toiletries, books and friendship for those in the Venice/Santa Monica community with an assortment of temporary needs. This is as much giving items of help as it is being present and learning about their plight, making connections with a population that lives among us in Southern California. The guests are weekly visitors to the Catholic Charities LA organization facility, led by Msgr. Gregory Cox, who has an MS in Social Work from USC.
Please join us for a morning of gardening. Families and children of all ages are welcome. We aim to have several groups with the opportunity to participate in 2-3 hands-on educational activities including a break for fun with the chickens. Educational activities will last for 1.5hrs followed by 30 minutes for harvesting. We focus on creating a sustainable, local food system that builds community, improves access to healthy foods, and teaches residents to cultivate their own fruits, vegetables and herbs. Fight On!
Terasaki Budokan's San Tai San Tournament builds community through sport, welcoming players of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels, while also supporting local vendors and neighboring organizations. Volunteers will assist the San Tai San event leads according to their needs.
House of Songs is a leader in providing songwriters and musicians with the ability to create, collaborate and showcase in an innovative and supportive environment. With locations in Bentonville, AR; Austin, TX; and NYC, The House of Songs brings in songwriters from across the globe, nurtures artists and allows them to expand their worldview while honing their skills with other goal-oriented musicians. Project details TBD. We will likely be supporting this songwriting retreat hidden deep in the Ozark mountain region with garage clean-up (including sorting instruments and music memorabilia) and event prep for the non-profit's SXSW festival kick-off.
This project entails a program that will benefit children who are battling life threatening illnesses by providing them entertainment, companionship and an afternoon with Trojan older brothers and sisters.
The Lighthouse is a program for survivors of sex trafficking in OC. This transitional housing program helps them return to a healthy and productive life, and is staffed 24/7 by Orangewood employees who have the experience and training to understand this unique population and offer specialized, individualized support. The Lighthouse is more than a place to live. It's a place for survivors to heal and begin to create a new life. Lighthouse works alongside Project Choice, which empowers youth 11-21 to take back their power of choice--a survivor-centered and strengths-based approach, prioritizing the health, safety and stability of each youth.
Join us for a Thames River cleanup! Will be a great day in fresh air to help beautify the river that runs through our beautiful home!
"Fight On!" necklaces
We will be packing lunches to benefit Kids' Meals. Kids' Meals has been making and delivering free, healthy meals directly to the homes of hungry children throughout Greater Houston. Kids' Meals is a first-responder to children ages 5 and under, facing debilitating hunger due to extreme poverty.
Swabbing cheeks for GOL org in order to find a match for Trojan alumni and others in need. We would like to have a table on campus to make students aware of such organizations that can save lives through stem cell transplants.
Help with the beautification of the battleship USS Iowa.
This project is to clean up along the beach and waterline to prevent pollution of the ocean. This will help improve our ocean environment and make our planet more sustainable.
Help clean up Waimea Outdoor Circle!
Wellspring Family Services believes every family—and in particular, every child—deserves a stable home. A place to feel safe and the confidence and sense of security that comes with it. Please join us as we help connect people with the resources they need to achieve positive, lasting change. This year, make a difference by donating an essential item, providing a financial gift, or volunteering your time. We look forward to seeing you. Fight On!
Help support biodiversity by clearing out invasive non-native plants at the Westwood Greenway! Learn how this verdant stretch of urban habitat has impacted biodiversity, energy, water, waste, pollution and our local identity. We'll begin with a one-hour tour of the Westwood Greenway, then guides will divide us into several teams with tasks for all levels of ability.
Our Nashville-based alumni group will be meeting at White Bison Coffee in 12 South to write letters to members of our military on behalf of the "A Million Thanks" foundation. If you are unable to stay and write, you can stop by and drop off letters, or send them directly yourself. Family, children and friends welcome! Thank you for your support and participation.
Help preserve and enhance White Rock Lake Park by participating in various clean-up activities and tree planting hosted by the nonprofit For the Love of The Lake.
Please join USC Alumni in Austin, as we partner with the Keep Austin Beautiful Project for a park clean-up at the Williamson Creek West Greenbelt. Specific meet-up spot will be announced on our FB page https://www.facebook.com/austintrojans
Come volunteer to help Working Wardrobe's donation center sort and organize clothes. "We do everything in our power to help men, women, young adults and veterans overcome difficult challenges so they can achieve the dignity of work, and The Power of a Paycheck™."
Volunteers will conduct mock interviews with graduating high school seniors taking part in the Youth Business Alliance program.
This is s safe, fun room for inner city kids to hang out. We'll be organizing with bins, painting walls and cabinets, cleaning windows and floors. We can use donations of fun activities like foosball or basketball shooting games. New throw rugs would also be nice.
Thank you for your interest in hosting a project! Your next step is to read through our host training here. Stay tuned for a more detailed training video.
We suggest reaching out to your local community groups for assistance, or to these organizations that have global volunteer opportunities:
All for Good
Habitat for Humanity
AARP Create the Good
American Red Cross
Many organizations offer virtual volunteer opportunities for groups or individuals. A few are listed below:
Meals on Wheels
Translators Without Borders
Catch A Fire
Color A Smile
Be My Eyes
Library of Congress
National Park Services
Animal Care: Pasadena Humane Society
Art & Crafts: Child Creativity Lab
Beautification and Gardening: Community Cleanup
Construction: Battleship IOWA Museum Los Angeles
Healthcare and Hospital: Medical Ministries International
Hunger and Homelessness: Regional Food Bank, Feed My Starving Children
Youth Outreach: Boy and Girls Club of America
Your approved project will be listed on the USC Alumni Day of Scervice website. Volunteers will be able to sign up there. Although the USC Alumni Association will promote all projects, we encourage you to spread the word about your project to your fellow alums, friends and family.
Please note: Your participant capacity must be based on venue or local health guidelines (whichever is less). Have questions? Email Pasha Hawthorne.