Serve your local community, meet new people and get a better understanding of what it means to be a socially responsible citizen.
Saturdays of Service provides three to four opportunities each semester for you to volunteer in Buffalo and Western New York at a variety of locations on campus or throughout the community. You can volunteer for just one Saturday of Service, or for as many as you want.
Saturdays of Service are held one Saturday each month; details will be posted on the UB Events Calendar when available.
Held annually at the beginning of fall semester.
Whether you're new to the area or have lived in Buffalo all your life, spend the morning meeting new people and working with local groups that make Buffalo a great place to live. Space may be limited, so apply early.
Held annually in early September.
Honor 9/11 victims, survivors and others who rose up in service in response to the attacks. The September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance is a charitable service day originally launched by 9/11 family members and support groups, later designated by Congress.
Held annually in January.
Join us in honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by participating in a day of service. UB faculty, staff and students are invited to volunteer for a half-day on various projects in the Western New York community.
Held annually in April or May.
Show your UB pride by volunteering for the last day of service for the semester. Graduating seniors are also invited to participate in the annual Senior Tree Planting Ceremony prior to leaving for their service assignment. Volunteer sites will include both indoor and outdoor projects in the local community.
Saturday of Service opportunities are for individual students or very small groups — not for larger student clubs, groups or organizations. To organize a service project for your group, please contact Student Engagement.