Volunteer Stories

The stories below highlight the best of what Queens offers for students and the entire campus community. 

Helping to Increase Literacy

The Women's Lacrosse team has teamed up to help make a big change at Sedgefield Elementary. Read More


ADPig Pickin’

This event benefits the Alpha Delta Pi foundation and the Ronald McDonald house. Read More


Operation Sandwich

William Yates, class of 2014, is a leader in the Chapel's Operation sandwich. Read More


Fight Like A Diva

Queens is often time considered to be more of a family than a school.  Read More


Alumna Candace Cooper’s ‘Peace Passers’ goes global

Alumna starts nonprofit group to sent soccer equipment to children around the world Read More


Queens celebrates a decade of community building in Guatemala

Queens celebrates 10 years of service in a war-scarred region of Guatemala. Read More


Student creates program to share leftover food with nonprofit

He collects the food every week and drive it the Salvation Army Center for Hope for families in crisis to enjoy. The project - dubbed "Taste Buds," - has saved more than 1,200 pounds of leftover food from being thrown away since January. Read More


Journey of Hope offers fraternity brothers the chance to change lives, including their own

Wes Clarkson says a 4,000-mile cycling tour serving people with disabilities across the U.S. transformed his life. Read More

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