Sustival Day of Service
The Sustival Day of Service connects volunteers to projects that help make more resilient, vibrant and sustainable communities across the Valley of the Sun. During the Sustival Day of Service, community members engage with non profits to make a direct impact right where they live and work. Various valleywide locations.
The Clark Park Community Garden is a collaborative effort of the Clark Park and Marilyn Ann Neighborhood Associations, and Tempe Community Action Agency. The garden was created in 2014 at the site of a former municipal pool. Volunteers will be emptying out old tires and cleaning up the kids area of the garden in preparation of a project that is taking place in March.
Helping the United Food Bank helps our community. Volunteers may have a variety of tasks including inspecting food for quality, checking dates, sorting mixed non-perishable food into multiple categories, weighing, tagging and preparing packages for shipment to our main warehouse.
Grounds for Grounds program captures used coffee grounds from campus dining halls and the BioDesign building to fertilize Campus Harvest trees. We will be rolling the used coffee grounds bins from the back dock of the Memorial Union to Campus Harvest trees and working the grounds into the soil. Wear comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty.
If you have an asu.edu email address, sign-up through the links below:
Clark Park Community Garden
United Food Bank
Grounds for Grounds
For all other email address types, please contact Jeanine Malone at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up to volunteer at any of the three locations.
8:00 a.m. – Noon