There are several ways for you to be involved in the Beaver Falls community. If you want to volunteer every week or once a month we have just the opportunity for you! If you just want to try something out one time we would love to have you! Below are a few of the weekly, monthly, and semester opportunities to help get started.
Don′t have time to leave campus? There are several on-campus opportunities for you to participate in.
Dare2XL: Work at the local schools to help with an after school program.
Tiger Pause After School Programs: Work with a local Beaver Falls ministry to tutor elementary age kids at their after school sites.
Providence Care Center: Every week students travel downtown to visit with residents at the local nursing home. Students have great conversations, play bingo, and sometimes help with other activities like window painting.
Soup Kitchens: Each week students serve at several different local kitchens hosted at churches in the downtown area.
Big Brothers Big Sisters: Sign up to have a "Little" through the Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program. Every Tuesday "Littles" are brought to campus for dinner and activities with their "Bigs".
Community Garden: Get your hands dirty and help out at a community garden. Help harvest, weed, and cultivate vegetables that will be distributed in Beaver Falls.
Community Arts: Connect with opportunities in Beaver Falls to help us see and create beauty in our community.
Habitat for Humanity Building Days: Partner with Habitat for to help build homes in Beaver County. No construction experience is required.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore Days: Spend time at the local ReStore organizing supplies, helping customers, and general clean-up.
Produce to People: Help with the local food pantry’s produce distribution each month at the Beaver Falls Middle School.
Spaces in Between: Work on projects to restore open spaces in the business district of Beaver Falls.
Tiger Pause Construction Days: Each week students serve at several different local kitchens hosted at churches in the downtown area.
Angel Tree: Support TRAILS ministry by donating a toy to a child on behalf of an incarcerated parent. You can also help plan and participate in a party hosted on campus for all the children each semester.
Clothing and Food Drives: Help provide supplies and clothing for the homeless shelter in Beaver Falls. Look for boxes in your residence halls and outside the CSE to know when and how to donate.
Eggstravaganza: Participate in an Easter event on campus hosted for the children in the Tiger Pause after school program.
Christmas Caroling: Encourage the elderly residents of Providence by caroling at the nursing home before the Christmas holiday.