Hunger & Homelessness

Tutor with Habitat for Humanity

By Isha on September 6, 2017

If you are interested in tutoring high school students who live in Habitat for Humanity homes, consider applying for a tutoring position with WashU’s chapter of Habitat. No previous experience is necessary. Applications are due September 12 at 11:59pm. View the application link here.

PB&Joy University-Wide Food Drive

By Jemile on April 7, 2016

The PB&Joy University-Wide Food Drive has supported Operation Food Search‘s efforts since 2011, and to date has collected nearly 60,000 pounds of food and nearly $45,000. Learn about how and where to donate.  And join the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement as we kick off th...

Lock & Chain’s Activate: Small Changes with a Big Difference

By giadmin on February 18, 2016

Lock & Chain Sophomore Service Honorary is currently celebrating George Washington Week, its traditional week of programming. This year’s theme is Activate: Small Changes with a Big Difference. The end of the week will include many events such as an art gallery supporting students, a ce...

Help Package 300,000 Meals To Feed The Hungry

By giadmin on October 8, 2015

On Friday, October 16, 2015, St. Louisans will join together to participate in St. Louis World Food Day 2015, an annual food-packaging event providing nutritious meals to hungry children and families living locally and internationally. Packaging Partners register for a one-hour packaging session ...

Guardian Angel Settlement – Angel Boutique Volunteers

By giadmin on October 1, 2015

Help struggling families and individuals in St. Louis meet basic needs during any available afternoon or morning by volunteering at the Angel Boutique, opening at 2700 Cherokee Street on October 5, 2015. The Boutique is in need of dependable, regular volunteers to staff the store and generate mon...