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Community Outreach

Got 15 minutes between classes or a Saturday morning you can spare? The Bennion Center can help you turn that time into a service project that benefits our community and provides you with a sense of accomplishment beyond getting your homework done. Your classroom experience will be deeper and more meaningful when you engage with the community in projects that benefit children, refugees, people who are homeless, or programs with great goals but a shortage of volunteer help. If you’re new to the U, you may want to join the Bennion Center’s First Year Service Corps and build a volunteer experience with other new students. No matter what your interests, or your availability, these projects can enrich your university experience.

Saturday Service Projects

These projects are one time opportunities that address community identified needs. Projects take place on Saturday mornings in September, November, January, February, and April.


MLK Day of Service

The Bennion Center honors Dr. King’s belief, “Everybody can be great because anybody can serve,” with a Saturday of service throughout the community.


Legacy of Lowell

Our signature event, the Legacy of Lowell Day of Service draws hundreds of students every fall to help out in more than a dozen different service projects.


Project Youth

Project Youth brings hundreds of elementary students to our campus to experience college life and inspire them to make higher education a goal.

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Sustainable Saturday Service Project

Help us improve the health and quality of life of our community. Volunteer for projects that make our community cleaner and greener.


Service Corner

The perfect place to serve when you don’t have much time. Write letters to service members, make key chains for school children, or make beanies for babies. Supplies provided


Last Updated: 5/29/19