Volunteer Day 2018 was UCLA’s tenth annual new student service event. First year freshmen and transfer students were joined by continuing undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, and community members to visit sites across greater Los Angeles. In every city council district, volunteers performed service at schools, parks, shelters, senior centers, veterans’ facilities, community gardens, food banks, and many other community locations.
Learn about the Center’s past Volunteer Day full roster of community partners by browsing the impact map at https://volunteer.ucla.edu/impact-map. Each site was uniquely chosen based on suggestions from the Bruin community and existing UCLA programs around Los Angeles.
For a more in depth look at some of the individual volunteers, community partners, and efforts that made Volunteer Day possible, please view the Center’s complete Volunteer Day 2018 Impact Report. Included in the report is a breakdown of Volunteer Day statistics.
The UCLA Volunteer Center has a digital archive of the photos and videos taken on UCLA Volunteer Day. View snapshots of social activity from our various digital platforms using the hashtag #BruinsGiveBack on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or visit our comprehensive Flickr photo archive.
There are many ways to give back to the community. In addition to coordinating a large day of service, the UCLA Volunteer Center works year round to offer and promote volunteer opportunities to the Bruin community. Learn about campus groups focused on service through the comprehensive Campus Service Opportunities list or browse the Center’s Volunteer Opportunity Database.
For any questions regarding UCLA Volunteer Day, visit http://volunteerday.ucla.edu/faq or email email@example.com.