Fall 2021 Virtual Volunteer Fair
September 27 - October 1, 2021

Alabama Council on Human Relations (ACHR)

Auburn Parks and Recreation

Campus Kitchens Project

Kreher Preserve and Nature Center (KPNC)

I Am My Brother's Keeper (IAMBK)

Alabama Rural Ministry (ARM)

Project Uplift

Circle K International

Lee County Humane Society

Baby Steps

Auburn Opelika Habitat for Humanity ReStore

The BIG Event



Virtual Volunteer Fair - Additional Volunteer Opportunities

Alabama Council on Human Relations

The Alabama Council on Human Relations, Inc. (ACHR) is a statewide private, non-profit organization committed to equality and opportunity for the citizens of Alabama. ACHR is both an advocate and a service delivery program. ACHR has run statewide programs dealing with school desegregation and voter registration and continues to run the Alabama Coalition Against Hunger (ACAH). Many of its current programs such as Head Start, Early Head Start, the Community Services Block Grant programs, and Housing Counseling provide direct services to participants in Lee County.

Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project

Provides access to educational experiences in the arts and humanities to prisoners in Alabama.

(AU Seed Library) Fall Line Seed Library

The Fall Line Seed Library is an effort to sustain and share locally adapted & heirloom seed varieties. Located in the AU Ralph Brown Draughon library.

Auburn Public Library

Public library in the City of Auburn, Alabama providing educational, cultural, and recreational library resources.

Backpack International

Backpack International, Inc. is a U.S. based, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that ministers to the spiritual, physical, social, and academic needs of children in need around the world.

BigHouse Foundation

BigHouse, Inc. is a Christ-centered non-profit organization designed to meet the needs of children in foster care.

Boy Scouts of America

Boy Scouts District is a local volunteer-based organization working with youth in the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Lee County

The Clubs provide youth ages 6-18 with a safe, positive environment surrounded by caring adult professionals.

Center for Educational Outreach and Engagement

CEOE initiates the development of new programs and nurture successful existing programs to offer the youth of Alabama access to experiences that promote college and career readiness.

Donald E. Davis Arboretum

The Donald E. Davis Arboretum is a 13.5 acre botanical garden located in the heart of Auburn University and serves as a living collection and display of the native plants of Alabama and the Southeastern United States.

East Alabama Youth for Christ

East Alabama Youth for Christ is a non-denominational ministry focusing on relational ministry with teenagers.

Enroll Alabama

Organization that helps Alabamians understand the Affordable Care Act and their options on the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Family Guidance Center of Alabama

The Family Guidance Center of Alabama is dedicated to the strengthening of families through partnerships.

Lee County Literacy Coalition

LCLC’s goal is to help adults learn to read, write, and use mathematics at a level necessary to succeed and thrive in society.

Magic Moments

Magic Moments fulfills the non-medical wishes of chronically ill Alabama children, providing them an opportunity to turn away from illness and suffering.

Make-A-Wish Alabama

Make-A-Wish grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy.

Miracle League of Opelika

Provides an opportunity for kids with special health needs to be able to play baseball.

Mount Vernon Baptist Church

Mt. Vernon’s mission focuses on the well-being of children, emphasizing the importance of education and sharing the love of God by reaching out to those in need. Volunteer opportunities in areas of tutoring/education, youth programs, community meals, and health/nutrition/exercise programs for the community.

Multicultural Center - Cross Cultural Center for Excellence (CCCE)

The Cross Cultural Center for Excellence is grounded in the advancement of crosscultural collaboration and appreciation, while supporting academic and cultural programs designed to broaden our understanding of diversity as it relates to a global society.

Muscular Dystrophy Association

MDA fights on behalf of individuals with muscular dystrophy, ALS, and related muscle-debilitating diseases that take away physical heal, independence and life.

Office of Public Service - AuburnServes

OPS encourages students to be engaged in a variety of service learning and experiential education activities locally, regionally, and internationally. Use your student/faculty/staff log-in to register with AuburnServes and to receive updates on upcoming events and volunteer opportunities.

Rebuilding Together Central Alabama

RTCA organizes community volunteers and partners to provide home repair and modification services at no charge to low income homeowners, particularly seniors, those with disabilities and families with young children so that they may live in a home that is decent, safe, warm and dry.

RESULTS

Student who wish to volunteer with us will, in essence, become the voice for the voiceless, and will learn how to speak to members of Congress, the media, and their communities to discuss solutions to global hunger & access to education, maternal & child health, vaccines, and proper nutrition as crucial components to child survival, addressing the AIDS epidemic, and creating standards of excellence for microfinance.

Storybook Farm

Storybook Farm welcomes hundreds of children from east central Alabama and west central Georgia to experience life on a farm. Children and young adults who are challenged with life-threatening illnesses, disabilities, mental and/or emotional trauma and grief are exposed to horses to provide exposure to hope and healing.

The Lovelady Center

The Lovelady Center is a home, school, sanctuary, medical clinic, and refuge for nearly 375 women and 110 children. This shelter helps women to overcome their adversity so that they can move forward.

The Way 2 Serve Ministries

Organization strives to share the Love of Jesus in practical ways to build long term relationship to point those in need to “The Way”, which are Jesus Christ.

Twin Cedars Child Advocacy Center

Center works on prevention and intervention cases involving serious physical or sexual abuse of a child.

United Way of Lee County

United Way of Lee County generates and applies necessary resources to meet the needs of the community.

West Georgia Star

West Georgia Star works to provide opportunities that build strong families and individuals through education, cultural, and social awareness, while increasing economic stability in a cohesive and diverse community.

Don’t forget to check out the AuburnServes Volunteer Activity Calendar

Last Updated: September 23, 2021