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Community Service Opportunities

Major Community Service Events

9/11 Day of Caring/12 Hours of Light: Students volunteer with multiple projects across the greater Beverly area and gain on-the-ground experiences with area non-profits.

Adopt a Family: The Community Service Office adopts families in need, during the holiday season, from Beverly Bootstraps, NFI Amesbury short term group home, and HAWC. The office then pre-shops for gifts on the children's wish lists and hosts a week-long shop for students, faculty, and staff to purchase these gifts. 

Group Toy Drives: Several groups on campus host toy drives for our community partners across the north shore.

Community Blood Drives: Annually, Endicott partners with the American Red Cross to host on campus blood drives.

Community Involvement Fairs: The Community Service Office partners with Student Activities to hosts an involvement fair each semester for students to learn, interact, and connect with student clubs, organizations, and community partners.

Safe Trick or Treat/Community Spring Celebration: These annual events are hosted by Endicott College and are free and open to all Beverly area children and their families.

The American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Relay For Life of Endicott College: Our Relay for Life Committee leads this 12- hour walk where individuals create teams and fundraise for cancer research, patient services, and cancer related programs.

North Shore Walk to Defeat ALS: The Walk to Defeat ALS is an opportunity to unite and fundraise for those living with ALS. Each year, fundraising drives bold and urgent innovation as we march together toward a cure for ALS. In 2018, the Endicott campus became the walk’s new home.

Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for upcoming volunteer opportunities? Check out the campus calendar to stay in the know about our planned service events. We're glad you are eager to get involved!

Students and Faculty Online Resources

These resources can help students enhance their service experience and help faculty create a more service-oriented curriculum in the classroom.

  • VolunteerMatch

    Search local volunteer opportunities in your area. You can search categories including advocacy and human rights, environment, crisis support, homelessness and housing, and religion.

    Search local volunteer opportunities, explore local organizations, and read articles.

  • PlanetFriendly

    Search local volunteer opportunities.

  • SERVEnet (Youth Serve America)

    SERVEnet (Youth Serve America)
    Sign up for newsletters (including "YSA Quarterly," "National Service Briefing," and the SERVEnet newsletter.

  • AmeriCorps

    Find out about and apply to AmeriCorps programs in your area, stay connected to the state of service and civic engagement throughout the country, and read current research and articles.

  • United Way Volunteer Head Quarters

    United Way Volunteer Head Quarters
    A Volunteer Matching Application that helps volunteer centers connect individuals to volunteer opportunities in their community.

  • InterAction

    InterAction is the largest alliance of United States-based international development and humanitarian nongovernmental organizations. With more than 160 members operating in every developing country, they work to overcome poverty, exclusion, and suffering by advancing social justice and basic dignity for all.

  • Campus Compact

    Campus Compact
    Campus Compact advances the public purposes of colleges and universities by deepening their ability to improve community life and to educate students for civic and social responsibility.

  • Class Matters

    Class Matters
    Written by Betsy Leondar-Wright—includes interviews from her book Class Matters: Cross-Class Alliance Building for Middle-Class Activists.

  • ABCD Institute

    ABCD Institute
    A how-to guide and resources on community asset mapping, written by the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University.

  • National Society for Experiential Education

    National Society for Experiential Education
    NSEE serves as a national resource center for the development and improvement of experiential education programs nationwide.

  • Promote Tolerance
    Promote Tolerance is a principal online destination for people interested in dismantling bigotry and creating tolerant communities.