C.A.R.E.Weekends

Community Action and Relief Experience

C.A.R.E. weekends are 1-2 hour service opportunities offered every weekend during the academic year. These weekly projects help our students connect with our community and get engaged in service. C.A.R.E. Weekends can consist of everything from visiting retirement homes or engaging with the homeless community to changing someone’s day by paying for their gas or groceries. 

Want to get updates on what's happening every weekend? Fill out this interest form.

For more info contact Mitchell Powers at CHE@wallawalla.edu


Upcoming C.A.R.E. Weekend Projects


Feb. 14 | Friday | 2-4 p.m.
Meet at Foreman Hall Lobby
Help us Mud-Out!
(Need good boots; other tools provided)


Feb. 14–16
CARE Challenge
An Instagram challenge during the long weekend we understand that many of you will be traveling. But service doesn’t stop here! We want to know how you serve on a day to day basis. Take a video on your story and tag @che.wwu and hashtag #carechallenge to participate.


Feb. 16 | Sunday | 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
Meet at Foreman Hall Lobby
Mudslinging
(Need good boots; other tools provided)


Feb. 22 | Saturday | 2 p.m.
Join Circle Church to sing songs and visit residents at Brookdale.  


Feb. 29 | Saturday | 2 p.m.
Global Service and ASWWU Outdoors will be teaming up to go clean up local trails and help create a cleaner environment.


March 7 | Saturday | 2 p.m.
Join Missions Cub to help serve by making sack lunches for the homeless community. 

 


Unless otherwise noted plan on meeting at 2 pm at the Foreman Hall Lobby for all CARE weekend events.

ASWWU

Associated Students of Walla Walla University, ASWWU, was created in May of 1914 to give students a voice on campus. ASWWU Spiritual leadership is helping to plan monthly CARE weekends. Currently ASWWU Global Services is hosting a  holiday youth drive through an organization called Treehouse based in Spokane Washington. Treehouse is one of Washington’s leading organizations in supporting more than 7,000 youth in foster care. Treehouse’s goal for the community is to promote diversity and equality for youth in the foster care system. The holiday youth gift drive is one of the easiest ways you can give back: there will be boxes spread around main areas on campus where you can drop off simple gifts for the children such as toys, knit items, trinkets, etc.

For more info contact: Emily Ellis emily.ellis@wallawalla.edu

Buddy Club

The Buddy Club forms friendships between Walla Walla University students and adults in the community with disabilities. The club hosts bi-weekly events to help facilitate these friendships.

For more info click here or contact: Trevor Haugen trevor.haugen@wallawalla.edu 

Business Club

Business Club is for all students, not just business majors. We understand that college is stressful, so we plan at least one fun event per week to help you de-stress and socialize without having to do anything more than show up! A service project they promote is Hope Heals assisting homeless families by providing care packages.

For more info contact: Evan Smith evan.smith@wallawalla.edu

EWB 

Engineers Without Borders (EWB) partners with communities in developing countries to address their self-identified needs. Over the past six years, we have collaborated to build two schools in Honduras and to bring clean water to two communities in the Andes Mountains of Peru. Students from all majors are encouraged to join our club as we bring electricity to the community of Japura, Peru. For more information please contact:

His Kids in Action

The purpose of His Kids in Action Club is to provide children from the north side of Walla Walla with some activities that will encourage them toward making positive life choices. Every Sabbath afternoon, WWU students lead out in games, singing, Bible stories, and crafts, providing mentoring and friendship for the children. For more info contact: Edson Carbajal (edson.carbajal@wallawalla.edu)

Missions Club

The Missions Club strives to unite the student missionaries of Walla Walla University. Through fun activities, good food, and moments to share great stories, this club serves to connect and support our current missionaries, returned missionaries, and future missionaries. Find out more about how to serve in short-term or student missions with this club.

For more info contact: Rachel Barlow rachel.barlow@wallawalla.edu

Village Club

Exclusively for undergraduate students who live in campus-owned or off-campus housing and are enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits. We'll be having many events throughout the year that will help us all stay connected (and fed). Village Club members will enjoy connecting with the elderly at Wheatland Village and supporting our community center Son Bridge. For more info contact: Kristen Wagner Kristen.wagner@wallawalla.edu

WWU Enactus

Enactus is the world’s largest experiential learning platform dedicated to creating a better world while developing the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders and social innovators. The Enactus network of global business, academic, and student leaders are unified by our vision—to create a better, more sustainable world.

For more info contact: George Perez george.perez@wallawalla.edu

WWU Running Club

The WWU Running Club encourages the Walla Walla University community to learn the joy of exercise through running and promote a sound mind in a sound body. WWU Running Club has adapted Yeehaw Aloha to help children attend summer camps. For more info contact: Spencer Glubay spencer.glubay@wallawalla.edu

Would you like to see your club listed? Get in touch and tell us what your club is doing in the community—or what you would like to do! The CHE provides mentoring and support to help you get your club engaged in service and plugged in to our community.

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