On September 28, the UCLA Volunteer Center will host the 11th annual Volunteer Day.
In honor of UCLA’s Centennial Celebration, this year’s Volunteer Day will send thousands of volunteers to participate in a total of 100 sites around campus, Los Angeles and the world. As one of the largest community participation events for new students, this year’s volunteer day promises to bring the UCLA community together in a way that engages more Bruins in more places than ever before, in commemoration of 100 years of Bruin excellence.
After last year’s successful list of sites, Bruins are once again invited to create a meaningful experience by identifying projects you know will benefit from volunteer support. Projects this year include sites at schools, homeless shelters, veterans’ sites foodbanks, retirement homes, community gardens and more.
With dozens of projects in Los Angeles and an increasing number of global locations, the 11th Volunteer Day is guaranteed to magnify UCLA’s True Bruin Value of Service, an integral cornerstone of the UCLA experience.
Explore the list of Volunteer Day project sites to find one near you by visiting the UCLA Volunteer Day’s main website.