Want to get involved in the community? Want to make a difference? Need volunteer hours for a class? Have a group of friends or a school sponsored group that wants to make an impact on the community? Check out our listings below and get started!
On-Campus Opportunities - Opportunities within the community of the Manchester University campus, based and founded by the student population.
The ARC of Wabash County - A work outlet and learning center for disabled individuals.
The Beaman Home - A shelter for families and individuals who have experienced physical, verbal, sexual, or psychological/emotional abuse.
Community Harvest - Referral-based food pantry and distribution center for area food banks.
Children's Hope Hospitality House (Mad Anthony's) - Minimal-cost lodging facility for families of children who are undergoing extensive medical treatment.
Crossroad Fort Wayne Children's Home - A not-for-profit treatment center for emotionally troubled youth.
Discovering the Community - Monthly opportunities through the Discovering the Community initiative through the Office of Volunteer Services.
Disaster Training - Receive disaster relief training through the Red Cross in order to help others in their times of need.
First Brethren Church - Help take care of children while parents are in English as a Second Language classes.
Girl Scouts - Join the fast track to become a Girl scout Troop Leader!
Indiana Reading Corps - Helping children to gain the enthusiasm and passion for reading through one-on-one contact and tutoring.
Office of Volunteer Services - Events and drives around and on campus sponsored by the school's volunteer office.
Vernon Manor Children's Home - A children's home for developmentally disabled children.
Visiting Nurse and Hospice Home - Care for the terminally ill and home bound.
If you ever have any questions or suggestions about volunteer opportunities, please feel free to contact the Manchester University Office of Volunteer Services: firstname.lastname@example.org.