For more details on any of these programs, visit our office at Stewart Center G4 or call us at 496-2450. Click on the links to see pictures from past events.
Make a Difference Day
The national day of doing good.
Season of Sharing
The Boiler Volunteer Network, along with The Salvation Army and the YWCA Women's Shelter will provide an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and retirees to purchase Christmas gifts for low-income children and families in our community. If you or your organization would like to participate you may select a name from the tree located in the BVN office and return the gift back to us.
Fall Harvest Food Drive
For one month we collect as much food as we can for the less fortunate. All donations go to Food Finders Food Bank. Volunteers can help by donating food, manning tables to accept donations, and loading the Food Finders truck on the last day.
Martin Luther King Day: Affirming the Dream
The Diversity Resource Office, in conjunction with the Boiler Volunteer Network, will present a campus-wide community building activity, which captures the essence of Dr. Martin Luther King's global citizens of the world vision. Call the Diversity Resource Office at 494-7307 for more information.
Take part in the annual Boiler Blast!. This event enables hundreds of Purdue volunteers will be able to participate in a number of community service projects throughout the Greater Lafayette area. This day is a mass effort to assist shelters, wildlife groups, and several other local non-profit agencies with spring-cleaning and other tasks that are needed.
Project Move Out
This program will provide students with an opportunity to donate items they no longer want as they move out of residence halls, apartments, or houses. All donated items will go directly to help those in need in the Greater Lafayette community. Items that can be donated are clothes, shoes, personal care items, food, books, etc. Volunteers will also be needed to sort and organize donated items. For more information on how you can be involved with this program, please call our office at 496-2450.