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Culture of Care Week 2014

Culture of Care is an expansive effort of the members of the Bloomington and Indiana University communities to grow a culture that holds students, faculty, and the Bloomington community accountable for promoting safety and well-being for all its members.  The movement formed in response to a series of occurrences and trends which we perceived as … Continue reading

Launch Your Career With Global Service

March 25th, 2014 | IMU State Room West | 6 – 7 PM Students and faculty interested in international development or making a difference around the world are urged to attend an upcoming event on Tuesday, March 25, in State Room West at the Indiana Memorial Union, featuring Peace Corps top ranking recruitment director.  Helen Lowman served … Continue reading

Spring Break Service Opportunity

Youth Advocating Leadership & Learning (Y’ALL) will host call-outs tonight (Feb. 26) and March 4 in Woodburn Hall room 104 at 8 pm for its Spring Break Service Trip. The trip to Moore, Oklahoma (on the south side of Oklahoma City) will take place from March 16-21 and will help assist in the recovery effort from … Continue reading

Middle Way Volunteer Opportunities

We are looking for social justice oriented volunteers who want to make a direct impact in people’s lives in one of two advocacy positions. Crisis line: Our crisis line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to callers throughout our 6 county service area and beyond.  Crisis line volunteers offer resources and … Continue reading

Haiyan Typhoon Teach In/Forum and Fundraiser

In response to the devastating tragedy that killed thousands of Filipinos and left others homeless, and massive destruction in its wake, members of the Filipino community in Bloomington and the IU Asian Culture Center will be hosting an event to express support for and solidarity with the victims of the typhoon, and to empower and … Continue reading

Winter Break Service Opportunity

Youth Advocating Leadership & Learning (Y’ALL) will host call-outs on November 11, November 19, and December 4 in Ballantine Hall room 241 at 8 pm for its Winter Break Service Trip.  The trip to New Orleans will take place from January 5-11 and will help repair hurricane-damaged homes (no construction experience necessary).  The cost will … Continue reading

AAADS Annual Can Food Drive

October 21st – November 15th | Donations can be made at Memorial Hall East M18, 1021 E. 3rd St. Help us change lives and provide hope.  It will warm your heart too!  Donate non-perishable items to the African American and African Diaspora Studies Annual Can Food Drive for the Backstreet Missions. Why help the Backstreet … Continue reading

New Hope 5K Run/Walk

Saturday, October 19 | 301 W. 2nd St. Bloomington, IN | 8:30AM registration, 10AM start We need your help.  Send an e-mail to to be a volunteer for the New Hope 5K Run/Walk.  Volunteer opportunities include: set up, tear down, safety and registration crews. About New Hope: New Hope Family Shelter’s mission is to provide temporary shelter … Continue reading

Volunteer in Bloomington

Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, to help those in need, to use your skills or learn new ones, to keep your resume current and to have fun!  Connect to the Bloomington community by making service part of your IU experience. At the Bloomington Volunteer Network website, you’ll find over 400 volunteer … Continue reading