Serve Day: September 14, 2016

Each fall, George Fox closes for one day to allow students and employees to serve surrounding communities. The tradition began in 1999 and continues to grow in scope and magnitude each year.

Serve Day 2016 will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 14. We are anticipating more than 1,900 students and employees joining together to serve in a variety of ways – including construction, painting, weeding, cleaning and visiting with seniors – in Yamhill, Washington, Marion, Multnomah and Clackamas counties.

Heather Kurtz

"Here we were, dedicating a day to serving people like Marilyn, and at the end of the day she was the one who served us with her conversation and prayer."

Read more about senior Heather Kurtz's Serve Day experience on the Bruin Blog.

Serve Day Schedule 2016 

7:00a             Swing through Canyon Commons to grab a continental breakfast & bag your lunch

Enjoy your breakfast on the quad – hot & cold beverages served on the quad

8:10a             Breakfast & lunch lines close

8:30a             Kickoff Celebration - Quad

9:00a             Groups meet at numbered stakes and depart for serve sites

4:00p             Return to Campus - Church & Activities Fair begins

4:30-6:30p    Serve Day BBQ  & The 125th Anniversary Inaugural Celebration

Join us for birthday cake, music, balloons and a good time on the quad

5:30p             Mayor’s 125th Proclamation Ceremony on the quad

7:00p             Serve Day Chapel in the Amphitheater

Breakfast - free for all studends and staff | Lunch - free for students, Team Leaders and Committee Members | Dinner  - Students, staff, and children under 12 are free! Additional family members and guests are $5 with cash or card. 

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The 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

A commitment to community and civic engagement has earned George Fox a place on the 2014 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor RollGeorge Fox students annually volunteer more than a quarter of a million hours to service.