Thanks to all of our volunteers, supporters, and friends who helped make our third annual UCLA Volunteer Day a great success! Check out some of yesterday’s highlights and a couple ideas of what you can do next.
Photo Credit: URM Photography, Union Rescue Mission
- 27 sites
- 7081 volunteers
- Approximately 40000+ hours of community service
- 1000+ photos and videos and counting
Watch all of the photos, videos, and tweets we received for UCLA Volunteer Day 2011. View some of the work that students accomplished throughout Los Angeles, and who knows — you may even catch some live submissions being sent in to illustrate the day.
We truly value your input, so fill out our very quick survey about your experience! Let us know what parts you liked and your ideas on how we can improve Volunteer Day for future years. You can also suggest a site to be considered for future UCLA Volunteer Center projects.
We’re still collecting all photos and videos of UCLA Volunteer Day to populate our social media service map and the corresponding sections of our website.
How can I continue my involvement after Volunteer Day?
- Join a Campus Organization
Brought to you by the Volunteer Center Fellows, this page includes all of the campus service organizations at UCLA.
You may use this as a starting point to continue your involvement as a Bruin volunteer!
- Lead a Volunteer Site
The Volunteer Leadership Program is a great way to take on greater responsibility as a site leader or task captain for future volunteer events.
- Search for Volunteer Opportunities
Our volunteer opportunity search engine combines campus service opportunities with nonprofit opportunities throughout Los Angeles and beyond.
As a treat, check out this video that UCLA Newsroom put together!