GIVE BACK TO YOUR COMMUNITY | MAY 20, 2023
OSU Day of Service is a celebration of our global Beaver community making positive changes. On May 20 alumni and friends of OSU will take the community spirit of Beaver Nation to the streets and online to make a difference.
Do you have a passion for environmental restoration and education? Food security and community health? Supporting underserved populations, youth or elder populations? Connect with Beavers who share your interests and commitment to addressing community
Lead a project near you!
Do you want to start a service project in your community? It’s easy! Volunteer with an existing organization or help spread the word about a digital project that you are passionate about. We are looking for volunteers to help lead projects on May 20 in their community. The choices are endless and we are here to help with these
- How to become a site leader
- Tips and tricks for site leaders
- Volunteer site application form - in-person projects
- Volunteer site application form - digital projects
View photos from previous Days of Service projects.
Inspire through gratitude
Inspire others to volunteer in their communities by thanking your friends for joining you! Share your project online and use #OSUDayofService.
Don't have time to give, but want to help grow the OSU network and support OSU students? We will put your money to work! Donate today to support OSUAA programs and student scholarships by making a gift.
Special thanks to everyone who participated in the 2020 Digital Days of Service event.
- View photos from various service projects around the country
- Watch the video of gratitude for everyone's efforts!
- And hear why President Emeritus Ed Ray participates in OSU Days of Service
I am always a firm believer in uplifting people in nursing homes and elder care, tulips are a great way to do that ...
Rachel Kelly, '16
It's an important way in which I can benefit at least three people who need blood.
Pam Powell, '86
It has to start somewhere, so why not start with me and my family spreading some cheer and cleaning up our neighborhood?
Marcia Torres-Ruiz, '01
Coming from a family who needed help in the past, I know all too well what it's like and how much it meant when someone helped us.
Suzanne Flores-Phillips, '05, '07
Hopefully the plant starts I grow and give away will encourage individuals to get outside and get some much-needed Vitamin D.
It's a need that we can help with that has made a huge difference for those who can't leave their homes.
Kelly Hower '04
Human connection is one of the deepest ways to show love and feed/received hope - to strangers and friends alike.
Helping students and the needs of those in my community are very important to me.
Lori Rush, '78