All-Campus Day of Service

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

The second annual All-Campus Day of Service will be put on by the Morgridge Center for Public Service in conjunction with Wisconsin Alumni Student Board (WASB) and All Campus Party (ACP).

For one day, students won’t be able to walk anywhere on campus without discovering opportunities to learn, reflect and engage with public service – broadly defined to include direct volunteering projects, community involvement, community discourse and discussion, philanthropy and political involvement.

Pre-Registration Events

For certain volunteer opportunities, we ask that you register to participate in advance. Find details and registration information below.

Volunteering

Help reduce invasive species by volunteering at the Lakeshore Nature Preserve

2:00 – 4:00 PM

Sort magazines and other literary works with the Magazine Literacy Project

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM shift

1:00 – 3:30 PM shift

Be a part of spring cleaning at the Neighborhood House

10:00 am – 12:00 PM shift

12:00 – 2:00 PM shift

Support Madison’s homeless families with Friends of the State Street Family

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM shift

1:00 – 4:00 PM shift

Donate blood at the Bi-partisan Blood Drive staffed with volunteers from the College Republicans and College Democrats

Blood Drive Appointment Scheduling

After School Special: a luncheon with people who have completed service years with AmeriCorps, City Year and Peace Corps. Lunch included!

Luncheon registration, 12:00 – 1:30 PM


Open Events

Many events and opportunities April 26 will be for any and all interested students without registration necessary. Find these events on campus and come and go as you please.

Advovacy

Upcycled Art
11:30am – 2:30pm @ Wheelhouse Studios, Memorial Union

Make and take a sustainable art project of the UW logo made out of plastic medical cap waste. This is a partnership with the UW Hospital and Wheelhouse Studios!

“Ally” is a verb
10am – 4pm @ Library Mall

Alpha Chi Omega and the Men’s Project join Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS) to reflect on what it means to be an “ally,” how to support marginalized communities and how to engage in various forms of activism in your everyday life.

Sustainable Fair
10am – 4pm @ Library Mall

Play trash-ketball to learn about ways you can be more sustainable as a college student!

Ask Big Questions with Ask. Listen. Save.
10am – 4pm @ Gordon Dining and Event Center

Engage in conversation about “How do we listen?” by writing your thoughts on a post card and creating an interactive display.

Civic Engagement

Ask Big Questions with the Wisconsin Idea Council 
10am – 4pm @ Dejope, Gordons, Union South, East Campus Mall

Visit the Ask Big Questions table to answer the question “Where do you feel home?” and participate in the Campus #ConversationChallenge. Grab some free coffee while you reflect!

 

Letters of Gratitude with WASB
10am – 4pm @ Dejope, Gordons, Union South, East Campus Mall

Write a card to someone you are grateful for. Postage is included.

Badger Volunteers Appreciation
12pm – 1:30pm @ Education Building

This event is for current and past Badger Volunteers. Wear your BV shirt and enjoy an ice cream sundae bar. There will also be free, limited edition sustainable mugs. While supplies last. Visitors can also participate in the Ask Big Questions #ConversationChallenge.

Philanthropy

Food and Personal Hygeine Product Drive
10am – 4pm @ East Campus Mall

Bring non-perishable food and/or personal hygiene products to donate to the Open Seat, the campus food pantry. FH King will be present to give away plant seedlings to everyone who donates!

Policy & Politics

Bipartisan Blood Drive
11am – 4pm @ Education Building

Donate blood to save lives and bridge divides.