Whether you serve others as a requirement or a fun hobby, these organizations make service a part of the everyday nature of its existence. From building a home with Habitat for Humanity to volunteering in the life of a child, if service is what you looking for, you've found no better place than here.
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To offer a caring and healthy environment for open discussion concerning accepting, coping with, and learning about disabilities. To promote diversity in the community, provide resources, and sponsor educational programming. To provide outreach and support for students, faculty, staff, and the Quad Cities community. To strive to expose the community to the concerns and interests of people with disabilities
Seeks to fulfill the social mission of the Church by being true to the demands of the Gospel through Faith Learning Justice. We hear and heed the Church's call to serve those in need and work for justice and peace by meeting weekly to plan campus events and service trips that bring a greater awareness of Catholic social teaching. Website
A service organization with worldwide membership that promotes fellowship, leadership and service.
Dance Marathon generates awareness and contributes funds to those treated at the University of Iowa Children's Hospital; provides students a connection to local families who have benefited from UICH's services; and encourages the collaboration and involvement of the greater Quad Cities community and local businesses. http://www.saudm.org/
An organization dedicated to building simple, decent, affordable housing for local area residents in need of a place to live, as well as to educate the community about substandard living situations in the area and worldwide. St. Ambrose Habitat works in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity Quad Cities, and may work on houses in any part of the Quad Cities. Website
A student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy organization. This group works to utilize peer outreach to promote awareness and education of mental health issues, aiming to reduce the stigma that surrounds mental illness and create an open environment for discussion of mental health issues.
Optimist Club is part of Optimist International, a worldwide volunteer organization comprised more than 2,500 local clubs. Its members work each day to make the future brighter by bringing out the best in children, in their communities, and in themselves (excerpt from Optimist International Website).
Pawsitive Hearts wishes to educate the community of St. Ambrose University about the vital role that service, therapy, and emotional support animals can play in people's well-being.
This club will bring awareness of its purpose by sponsoring activities; granting students, faculty and staff the opportunity to interact with local organizations; and by sponsoring fundraising activities to support organizations that assist individuals with disabilities in obtaining service animals.
To educate, advocate and foster an open and inclusive community regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or race. To educate the Ambrosian community about LGBTQA* campaigns and issues.
The purpose of SAAT is to raise awareness that sexual assault commonly occurs on a college campus and in the community at large. SAAT educates the campus community and the community at large about sexual assault, the causes and consequences, contributing factors, support and treatment resources. SAAT advocates for women's rights to be safe in a college environment and provides campus programming to build a community of staff, faculty, students, and members of the community to work as a coalition against sexual violence against all people.
The purpose of SADD is to empower young people at SAU to confront the risks and pressures faced in their daily lives and to create the opportunity for change and improvement on the SAU campus and in the community.
Works to educate about human rights, and sponsors letter-writing campaigns to: free prisoners of conscience; ensure fair, prompt trials for political prisoners; and to end torture and executions.
Academic Integrity is a fundamental value of teaching, learning and scholarship. Student Promoting Academic Integrity aims to recognize, uphold, and promote the values of academic integrity among SAU students, faculty, teachers, and administrators by encouraging the development of a culture of academic integrity and fostering healthy environments that support ethical choices at all levels of the organization.
TOMS Shoes was founded on a simple premise: With every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. ONE for ONE. Using the purchasing power of individuals to benefit the greater good is what we're all about.
By joining a TOMS Campus Club, you enter a community of people who are trying to change the world. Become part of that change and make a difference in a child's life. The world around you is waiting to be changed. It is waiting, desperately, for good ideas, and passion and belief. You don't have to wait until you're out of school. You don't have to wait to be heard or to make change. TOMS realizes that the best ideas and the rawest passion often come from the freshest minds.
Join us in a TOMS Campus Club: we need all the help we can get, and in return, you will learn more, motivate more people, be more inspired, and gain more valuable experience.