Volunteer registration is now open for Harvard's Global Day of Service on Saturday, September 12, 2020! The Global Day of Service is a community-wide effort to introduce incoming first-year students to a vibrant culture of public service programs at Harvard. All class years (including alums) are welcome to sign up to volunteer!  Projects will take place on Saturday, September 12th from 12:00pm - 7:00pm ET.

Our virtual volunteer teams will work on:

  • voter registration drives and census outreach with Harvard Votes Challenge

  • environmental advocacy projects

  • issue-based advocacy through social media digital and technical projects

  • research, evaluation, and archival projects

  • curriculum and lesson plans for youth-focused programs

Sign up to volunteer here through Sunday, September 6th. Please note that all projects will be conducted remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our campus and community partners include:

  • American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.)

  • Breaktime

  • Cambridge Local First

  • City of Boston - Census Outreach

  • City of Boston - Neighborhood Team Support

  • COVID-19 Task Force on Domestic Violence

  • Father Joe’s Villages

  • Feeding America

  • Feed the Front Lines NYC

  • Foundation for International Medical Relief for Children (FIMRC)

  • Fridays for Future

  • Generation Citizen

  • Government Accountability Project

  • Harvard Alumni Association

  • Harvard Innovation Lab

  • Harvard Votes Challenge

  • LabXChange (Harvard School of Public Health)

  • Harvard Business School - MBA’s Fight COVID-19

  • Harvard UNICEF Club

  • Harvard Transportation Services

  • Harvard's Institute of Politics

  • Muckrock

  • National Archives

  • New York Public Library

  • Office for Sustainability

  • Office for the Arts / A.R.T.

  • Open Environmental Data Project

  • Phillips Brooks House Association

  • Red Cross

  • Smithsonian Institute

  • United Way-Boston

  • Voters Choose

  • Zooniverse

For more information about the Global Day of Service, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.