Coyote Cares Day Registration Begins on Valentine's Day, February 14
Show your love for our community on Valentine’s Day, Thursday, February 14, 2019 by signing up for Coyote Cares Day!
Great news! This year we are changing registration! Clubs/Organizations don’t need to designate a team member to sign up for your group. Each member will be responsible to sign up INDIVIDUALLY! ALL CSUSB students are welcome to participate! To register scan our QR code or go to our Volunteer tab. We will have 800 volunteer spots and first come, first serve! Don’t miss out!
Coyote Cares Day is our annual event celebrating National Day of Service and it will be held on Saturday, April 13, 2019. Our event is a multi-division collaboration that provides an opportunity for more than 800 CSUSB students, faculty, staff and alumni to engage in volunteer service. The volunteer efforts are focused mainly in the city of San Bernardino and feature partnerships with local non-profit agencies and schools. Volunteer hours are from 8:30AM-12PM, and then returning to campus for the post celebration with food trucks and music entertainment from 12-2PM. All volunteers are provided CSUSB volunteer shirt, breakfast, lunch and transportation!
Join us on our largest volunteer day of service! You don’t want to miss this end of the year CSUSB tradition to give back to San Bernardino. Coyote Pride=Community Pride!
2019 Annual Community Engagement and Volunteer Service Fair
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service
On Monday, January 21, 2019 the Office of Community Engagement in partnership with the American Red Cross celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service by installing smoke detectors in Alta Vista Mobile Home Community in Rancho Cucamonga in hoped to save lives, reducing injuries and alleviating loss caused by home fires.
In 2018 a 9-years old resident from Alta Vista Mobile Home Community was a casualty of a house fire. To prevent another tragic loss the Rancho Cucamonga's Fire Department and American Red Cross teamed up to provide FREE smoke detectors and fire prevention education for the residents. With the help of CSUSB students and other volunteers installed more than 205 smoke detectors and educated more than 215 residents.
Thank you to our CSUSB students for helping us make an impact and leaving their paw prints in the community! Thank you for sounding the alarm and saving a life. Go 'Yotes!