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It’s never too late to give back to your community. The opportunities below are not...Read More ▶

It’s never too late to give back to your community. The opportunities below are not only a great way to help out, but should be a fun experience to share with your peers.

Roots Native Habitat Restoration

Join Chapman students and community volunteers this Saturday, Feb. 23, the  by taking part in the first Roots Native Habitat Restoration service trip of the semester.  The trip guarantees food, fun, and beautiful scenery at Newport Bay.  Also, each student who signs up by Wednesday will receive a free bagel and coffee from Einstein’s Bros. Click here to sign up.  Click here to sign up.

Chapman Students Needed to Renovate Garden for Local Non-Profit

Providence Speech and Hearing Center needs Chapman students to help renovate a garden for their preschool students. Morning and afternoon shifts are available Monday-Thursday. Sign up on OrgSync.

Alternative Break Trip registration

If you are looking to do something different this spring break, consider an Alternative Break Trip to the Grand Canyon, Newport Bay, or San Jose. Financial assistance is available, but the registration deadline is this Friday. For more information, visit You won’t regret this adventure.

What kind of volunteer work have you been participating in lately? Let us know your charity of choice and how to get involved in the comments. 

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