UTSA Day of Service
UTSA Day of Service is an annual tradition and a volunteer opportunity for UTSA to come together as a community and give back to our San Antonio city. It is the largest service event of the year with 600-800 volunteers and approximately 20-25 community partners. Projects have included community gardens, painting youth centers, landscaping, and other arts and crafts projects.
Cardboard Kids Reveal Day
Join us as we partner with @childsafe to bring awareness of child abuse.
April 1st the city of San Antonio will be decorated and placed with Cardboard Kids on “Reveal Day,”. Cardboard Kids social media campaigns, volunteers, and community partners, like YOU, guarantee a greater awareness of the problem of child abuse.
Peanut Butter & Jelly Donation Drive
VOICES and ROSIES host a Peanut Butter Jelly Jam food drive to help serve the thousands of families in the community. All proceeds will be donated to the San Antonio Food Bank.
Denim Day is a day to bring awareness to sexual assault. For Month of Service we collect donations of toiletry items that will be a part of an emergency overnight pack for our UTSA community. These packs for students, staff and/faculty to be able to grab if they need to leave a bad situation and do not have time to pack themselves.