Student United Way at Indiana University Bloomington
Student United Way is a student-led community change organization. Student leaders improve peoples’ lives, develop leadership skills and join the growing United Way movement by giving, advocating, and volunteering on campus and in the community. Upon graduation, student leaders of United Way campus chapters join an alumni network that helps them stay involved in community change for the long term.
Student United Way at Indiana University supports the local community by:
Giving, advocating, and volunteering in the areas of education, income, and health
Helping members and other students grow as leaders and connect to the community
Building lasting relationships amongst members, partners, and with United Way
The Student United Way work includes:
Advocating: Educate members and the student body about critical community issues in education, income, and health
Volunteering: Serve, and recruit peers to serve, in meaningful ways that help create lasting change
Giving: Fundraise and donate to help address critical issues facing the community
What We Do
Monthly Meetings: Our meetings are currently on hiatus, but starting Spring 2022, we will be having monthly meetings on the Wednesday of the first week of the month. Location TBA.
Volunteering Events: We spend a few hours once a month volunteering with one of our partner organizations to observe how they are fulfilling their mission.
Fundraising: We host 2 fundraising events a month to benefit education, income, and health causes. Donations are distributed to United Way of Monroe County.
Contact Student United Way directly at email@example.com
Students may also visit beinvolved.indiana.edu/organization/studentunitedway to learn more.