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Day of Service

The WVU Day of service

200 volunteers contributed more than $14,800 in hours during the 2019 Fall WVU Day of Service

Mountaineers Volunteer

An estimated 200 volunteers contributed more than $14,800 in hours during the 2019 Fall WVU Day of Service. Mountaineers all over the country worked with organizations like Habitat for Humanity, food banks, animal rescues, children's hospitals and more. Watch the Lone Star Chapter volunteer at the Houston Food Bank here.

Here are a few of the events that contributed to the Fall Day of Service:

- Habitat for Humanity in Colorado
- Houston Food Bank
- Collections for WVU Medicine Children’s
- Feeding South Florida
- Boone Animal Rescue Coalition
- Michigan Urban Farming Initiative
- Collections for Barbara Bush’s Children’s Hospital
- Marching Performance Assessment at local Ft. Myers High Schools
- Angel Mile at the Columbus Marathon
- Collection for Recovery Point in Charleston, WV.

Alumni Day of Service 

Mountaineers are known for helping others and twice a year, we take it to a new level by teaming up with our local communities across the globe to participate in the WVU Alumni Days of Service. Whether it means spending some time at a local animal shelter or taking a group to clear a park trail, we can’t wait to hear about the positive impact this new tradition will bring and we hope you’ll join us as #MountaineersVolunteer!

Interested in hosting a Day of Service event? Contact your local chapter leadership!

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Day of Service Photo Galleries

Check out how are Mountaineers are helping out around the block, around your state and around the nation!
Day of Service Photo Galleries