Additional Service Organizations

Campus service organizations are great resources for students who want to volunteer on a regular basis or meet other people who share their passion for service.  For more information on these or any service organization stop by the Center for Student Enrichment, 1101 Northern Center.  Be sure to submit volunteer hour logs for the Volunteer Center for volunteer activities done as part of these or other groups.

Alpha Phi Omega: APO is a co-ed national service organization. They enjoy making connections through service within our campus, community, scouting, and our nation. Some of their past projects include raising money for Marquette General Hospital's Blood Mobile, working with Adopt-a-Highway, the U.P. Children's Museum, AMCAB, Marquette Humane Society, and Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Come join the fun and find out what leadership, friendship, and service are all about.

Food Recovery Network: The Food Recovery Network will serve its role as a food recovery program and work with local charitable food distributors and dining halls to create a coalition working together to help reduce food waste and reduce hunger within the community. We will also commit to educating the public on food waste and hunger in America. Email Marley at for more information.

Golden “Z” Club: As a campus chapter of the organization Zonta International, the Golden Z Club provides service to the NMU campus and community as well as internationally. In the past, the members have assisted in distributing books to children at Lighting Up the Holidays, participated in Adopt-a-Highway and Make A Difference Day, volunteered to do face painting for children at various events and as crowd control for the U.P. 200 Dog Sled Races, and worked with the children at Teaching Family Homes in Harvey. Golden Z is a great way to get involved in service projects in the community and internationally. There are also great opportunities for leadership! For more information, send an email to

Marquette Ending Hunger: Did you know that hunger is a prevalent issue in Marquette? Join Marquette Ending Hunger to combat rural poverty and hunger in our community. Members will be given the opportunity to actively raise awareness in the Marquette community, fundraise to directly benefit those in need, attend planning meetings for the group and volunteer locally at food pantries. We will host the campus-wide event NMU Fights Famine, among many other events and activities. For more information, please email, join us on Facebook "Marquette Ending Hunger" and our Instagram account "marquetteendinghunger."

Marquette Rotaract Club: Do you want to volunteer and don't know how? Are you looking for the chance to share your ideas and look at the world in a new way? Join the Marquette Rotaract Club and find all this and more, including hands-on projects, new friendships, and international opportunities for young leaders. Membership is open to all students. For more information, email

Relay for Life: The NMU Relay for Life's purpose is to raise money to fight cancer as a part of the national organization, American Cancer Society. They work to set up a campus relay as a part of the national fundraiser. To take part in this great cause, please e-mail Emily Maynor at

Ripple Effect: The purpose of Ripple Effect is to connect students with community members interested in supporting students' needs and foster positive interactions and good will between the campus and local community. Email for more information.

Students for the Sasawin Project: Domestic violence often includes animal abuse. Abusers threaten, harm and even kill pets to control, intimidate and retaliate against their intimate partners and children. A large percentage of domestic-violence survivors with pets or service animals choose to remain in dangerous situations for fear of what will happen to their animals if they leave. The Sasawin Project helps survivors create escape plans that include safe placement for their pets. Sasawin helps survivors transition into the safe haven of shelter knowing that their pets are safe from harm. Project funds provide foster care, kennels, food, collars, leashes and veterinary care for the pets of survivors. The Students for the Sasawin Project is mainly focused on helping raise awareness of this issue, promote the Sasawin Project, and help raise funds. Email or for more information.


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