Our free or low-cost programs are built to uplift the strengths and stories of people in our community and meet needs in health, education, and more. Explore our programs, learn how to get involved, and see how our work is building better community resources through partnership in service.

Featured Programs

Discovery Program

Discovery helps underrepresented high school students explore career pathways in health sciences. Students meet health professionals and participate in interactive learning activities.
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Goal 4 Health Soccer League

At Goal 4 Health, players have fun, make connections, and learn about healthy living. The league provides a safe place for families across the community.
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Jardín de la Salud Community Garden

Our community garden provides organic produce for underserved families in an area plagued by food insecurity. Participants are empowered through health education resources.
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My Campus

My Campus introduces minority high school students to the health professions. Students connect with LLU student mentors, join hands-on experiences, and hear inspiring speakers.
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Healthy Neighborhood Project

Made up of Healthcare Sparks, Special Ops, Street Medicine, and Project HOPE, this student-run initiative addresses our community's educational and whole person health needs.
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More Programs and Projects

As our community’s short-term and long-term needs change, so does our list of programs and other projects. From COVID-19 assistance to continuing education, you’ll find our volunteers wherever there’s an opportunity for local service. 

La Escuelita Family Resource Center

Community volunteers welcome | Flexible commitment

The Family Resource Center has been serving families in the region for over 10 years by helping adults continue education and pursue career goals. Its services and workshops are free and available to all adults.

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Food Delivery Assistance Program

Community volunteers welcome | Flexible commitment

The food and delivery assistance program delivers food to people in need. In partnership with the Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino, our volunteers help deliver between 150-200 food boxes each week.

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Academic Tutoring

LLU volunteers preferred | Ongoing commitment

Kids 5–18 can get tutoring from LLU students on either specific subjects or completing homework. Whenever possible, we pair students with a specific mentor for the best possible outcomes.

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Music Tutoring

LLU volunteers preferred | Ongoing commitment

Kids 5–18 can get music and singing lessons from LLU students. Instruments include violin, cello, piano and guitar — instruments and cases are available upon request.

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Community Engaged Student Advisory (CESA)

LLU students only | Ongoing commitment

All service projects on campus start with student ideas. The CESA is a group of community service representatives and service-oriented LLU students offering each other mutual support. To learn about joining, email us at caps@llu.edu.

Non-LLU Programs

There are many organizations offering resources and volunteer opportunities in our local community. Find out about their services and learn how to get involved.

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