Loving our neighbors on campus and in the community is a big part of Campbell's culture of service. From volunteering with your hall mates to participating in Operation Inasmuch, there's a place for you here.
Check out our community service programs to see how you can get connected.
CU Community Garden is located on Kivett Rd. behind the Kivett Townhomes. The garden is a sustainable, growing, and vital bridge between the University and the community. The food that is produced from the garden is donated to the Harnett Food Pantry.
9/11 Day of Service honors soldiers, veterans, and their families through service to the community. The day begins with an address at the flagpole and continues with local projects.
Inasmuch Day is a service blitz that annually garners 400+ volunteers from the student body, faculty, and staff. Volunteers engage in dozens of different sustainable, day-long projects that build a bridge between the individual and the community. Click here to learn more about the national OIAM movement.
MLK Day of Service answers Rev. Martin Luther King's call to serve on another. A day of projects that directly serve another person celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. King's work.
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