The Coyote Cares Day volunteers worked on campus packaging dry soup mix for the needy and also out in the field at a domestic violence shelter, a food bank and community centers.
Nearly 300 CSUSB students and alumni spent Saturday, April 23, to volunteer for Coyote Cares Day, a day of volunteer service on campus and in local communities.
Coyote Cares Day, which beings at 7:45 a.m. on Saturday, is a day of volunteer service in local communities that provides CSUSB students with an understanding of the work of nonprofit organizations and engages the students through volunteer service.
Take a look back to earlier this spring when Lacey Kendall and three friends developed technology to help historic Black churches in Riverside and San Bernardino counties go virtual as the COVID-19 pandemic prevented gatherings such as worship services.
As part of the university’s celebration of National Volunteer Week, take a look back to when CSUSB began its participation in a nationwide study to advance the understanding of students’ interests and experiences regarding approaches to public service.
In 2018, Diane Vines, a nursing instructor at CSUSB and its Palm Desert Campus, created the Street Medicine program to provide much-needed healthcare services to people in the Coachella Valley.
A look back: Nursing student Bianca Castro traveled to northern Thailand to help abused animals at the Elephant Nature Park, creating a significant impact on those voiceless beings in need.
The Office of Community Engagement invites the campus community to participate in National Volunteer Week, April 18-24, where participants can win prizes while sustaining the environment through service.