Friends & Neighbors Day
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The Friends & Neighbors Day program (FND) is one of our most popular community service programs. This program was born after the 1992 Los Angeles Riots as a way to connect student volunteers with local service organizations in meaningful ways. Students are introduced to incredible volunteer opportunities at various nonprofits throughout the Los Angeles area. Our goal is to inspire students, staff, and alumni to continue their passion for community service during their time here at USC and beyond. Participate in an event to make an impact in your surrounding community! We hope that you have a great time at FND! We will also share events on our newsletter and the volunteer opportunities calendar below to connect nonprofits and Trojan volunteers.
COVID UPDATE: We are hosting in person service events this academic year. Students should expect to follow all rules and guidance set forth from the university and nonprofit staff to be able to participate in service projects.
USC students can make an impact through Friends & Neighbors Day service projects at organizations throughout Los Angeles and beyond. Participate in an event to make an impact in your surrounding community! We hope that you have a great time at FND!
Getting more involved in Friends and Neighbors Day through these two great leadership opportunities is a wonderful way to connect to our local community, develop your leadership skills, and gain valuable service experience!
Looking for a service opportunity for your group or department? Recognized Student Organizations and USC departments/offices can request to volunteer together to bond and give back in our Friends and Neighbors Day events! Group members can volunteer together on a service project on a first come, first serve basis. Submit a request for your RSO to participate this upcoming Friends & Neighbors Day through our Fall Group Request Form. If space is available, we will assign you to one of the sites you’ve indicated that has the capacity for your group, and email you with details. Once approved, your members can register by clicking the red button above to be assigned to your group’s volunteer site.
Individuals with disabilities who need accommodations to attend this event in person may contact Judy Sandoval at firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 740-3219. It is requested that individuals requiring accommodations or auxiliary aids such as sign language interpreters and alternative format materials notify us at least 5 days prior to the event. Every reasonable effort will be made to provide reasonable accommodations in an effective and timely manner.