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 2015 took place on Wednesday, Sept. 9. More than 1,900 students and employees participated, performing a variety of projects – including construction, painting, weeding, cleaning and visiting with seniors – for sites 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.

Become a Serve Site

Serve Day wouldn't be possible without our neighbors! If your organization, church or group would like to invite George Fox students and staff members to serve with you on Serve Day, please fill out a Serve Site Application. We may not be able to accommodate every request, but we hope to cultivate as many partnerships as possible. Site applications are due by July 8, 2016.   

Employee Survey

All employees on George Fox Unviersity's Newberg campus, excluding those who work fewer than 20 hours a week and student workers, must complete the Employee Survey to provide our team with needed information. 

For more information, please email serveday@georgefox.edu

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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.