UB Community Day is held twice each year to help clean up neighborhoods and assist local agencies with service projects. This benefits the community, fosters better relationships with residents, and shows students the value of getting involved in neighborhood projects.
During this day of service, student volunteers work hand in hand with neighborhood residents at sites around the Downtown and South campuses. Past projects include painting, preparing community gardens and neighborhood flower beds, removing graffiti and general cleanup tasks. Community Day is a chance for the university community to give back to the city it loves and to demonstrate UB’s commitment to the neighborhoods around its campuses.
UB Community Day is held in the fall and spring. The date for our fall day of service is Saturday, October 27th.
Location: 150 Farber Hall (Butler Auditorium), South Campus
Community Day is open to any UB student- whether you are an undergraduate student, graduate student, living off campus or living on campus, we welcome you to participate in this day of service. Please register so we know to expect you.
Breakfast, lunch and transportation to volunteer sites is provided.
Please contact our office for our project request form and more information. We are not able to guarantee accommodation of every request.