Service Project Highlights

"Life's most urgent question is: What are you doing for others?"

- Martin Luther King Jr.

Berkeley Food and Housing Project
Located in Downtown Berkeley, the Berkeley Food and Housing Project provides food and shelter to people in need. Volunteers help prepare meals and serve clients.

Prisoners Literature Project
The Prisoners Literature Project is a non-profit group that sends free books directly to prisoners who request them from throughout the United States. Volunteers read letters sent by prisoners, select books from the donations library, and package them to be sent to prisons.

American Red Cross Blood Drive
In partnership with American Red Cross at Cal, we will be sponsoring a mobile campus blood drive to provide blood for 40 hospitals in the Bay Area. Volunteers will be helping promote the event as well as supporting nurses and staff during the event.

Challah for Hunger
Hosted by Chabad Jewish Student Group at Berkeley, Challah for Hunger is a program that braids and bakes bread. The bread is later sold where 50% of the proceeds go to the Mazon, anti-hunger advocates, and 50% to the Berkeley Food Pantry.

Youth Tennis Advantage (YTA) Bushrod/Beartrax
Youth Tennis Advantage (YTA) is a non-profit organization centered on youth development through academic tutoring and tennis for educational and physical growth. Volunteers tutor students on their homework and practice tennis with them afterwards.

UC Gill Tract Community Farm
The UC Gill Tract Community Farm strives to establish a community-managed food system centered around local, organic, agro-ecological farming practices. Five days a week, volunteers come and experience the communal urban farm model.

View our calendar to see more of our service projects. If you or your organization is interested in working with us, please email our VP of Service at .

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