The Hunger Project at UCLA is a student-run organization comprised of over sixty volunteers that aims to relieve homelessness in the Greater Los Angeles area. The organization’s mission is to not only provide basic aid to the populations facing homelessness, but to also help underserved members reintegrate into society by addressing the root causes of the issue. In addition, Hunger Project strives to end the stereotypes surrounding homelessness. –› Read More
Founded in 2000, the Mobile Clinic Project at UCLA has evolved into a large, active student-run organization consisting of 65 active undergraduate volunteers and 125 medical and public health graduate students. Through their core values of compassionate care, advocacy, and accessibility, MCP aims to improve the quality of life of folks facing homelessness and other vulnerable populations in the greater Los Angeles area, specifically in West Hollywood and Santa Monica. –› Read More
The UCLA Volunteer Center is now part of UCLA Alumni Affairs! The shift to Alumni Affairs will help the Center develop stronger relationships with students, alumni, staff, faculty, and family who actively participate in Volunteer Center events each year. This move also includes a new on-campus location for the Center in the heart of campus at the James West Alumni Center (JWAC). The UCLA community is invited to visit and learn more about the Center’s upcoming opportunities.
Dedicate your Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. weekend to meaningful service! In observance of a special day honoring one of the most influential figures of U.S. History, we encourage everyone to follow in the footsteps of Martin Luther King Jr. Instead of a day off, make it a “day on” by participating in service opportunities that share the goal of improving our communities. –› Read More
Each year, UCLA hosts a Toy Drive to benefit the Chase Child Life Program at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA in order to distract hospitalized children from the medical environment and bring Bruins together to play. –› Read More
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