Applications for our 2019 Alternative Spring Breaks are now closed.
Apply for our summer alternative breaks HERE!
Alternative Spring Breaks will take place from March 10-16, 2019.
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*please note, OneColorado and Keep Growing Detroit are no longer available
Following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2006, SBP was formed to provide a more effective rebuilding process for those affected by natural disasters. SBP is now active nationwide while striving to fulfill its mission of “shrinking the time between disaster and recovery”. SBP seeks to achieve its goal through actively rebuilding homes, sharing building innovations and preparing for disasters, advising policy makers, and advocating for the reform of recovery strategies. Volunteers with SBP will receive on-site construction training to assist in rebuilding for families affected by Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas.
The Nest: Center for Women, Children, and Families
The Nest provides a safe place for education, healing, counseling, and support to women, children, and families in crisis. The Nest serves over 4,000 families a year through parenting education and advocacy, domestic violence counseling and advocacy, crisis care, and child care services. This non-profit hopes to become one of the leading resources for building a strong, self-sufficient community by providing its extensive services to its clients. Volunteers for The Nest can expect to participate in sorting donations, serving community meals, running a clothing drive, and other various tasks.
Asheville Greenworks is a nonprofit environmental organization whose mission is to inspire and mobilize individuals and communities to take care of the places we call home. They participate in grassroots projects like urban forestry, environmental clean up, and more! Volunteers will be taking up with students from other universities in a special clean-up project!
San Antonio, TX
RAICES is a nonprofit agency promoting immigration justice by providing free or low cost legal services to immigrant families and refugees in Texas. Volunteers will help with general clerical tasks while simultaneously engaging in discussions about immigration, asylum, and more to get a sense of the community RAICES serves and their overall impact on that community.