Helping at Harvesters
Students helped sort 4,000 pounds of potatoes at Harvesters in Topeka.
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Baker students and staff volunteer for Habitat for Humanity during Interterm.
A student paints as part of the The Big Event with Baker Serves.
Members of Baker Serves participate The Big Event day of service.
Students plant sea oats as part of the sand dunes restoration project in Gulf Shores, Ala., during a community service spring break trip.
Students work on a construction job during a spring break community service trip to Alabama.
Students volunteer at Harvesters Community Food Network in Kansas City.
- For questions about programs sponsored by Student Life:
- Cassy Bailey
- Dean of Students
- Harter Union 30
- For questions about volunteering:
- Ira DeSpain
- Minister to the University
Harvesters Volunteer Opportunities
The Office of Student Life sponsors frequent trips for students to volunteer at Harvesters Community Food Network in Topeka.
As this area's only food bank, Harvesters is a clearinghouse for the collection and distribution of food and related household products.
Harvesters has been helping people in need since 1979:
Volunteers will help in the Volunteer Outreach Center by sorting food and household goods collected from food drives and donated by the food industry.
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