CSU helps community through CSUnity
April 25, 2012
CSU community lends a hand
Members of CSU's chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon work on Habitat for Humanity builds in Loveland during CSUnity.
Students in CSU's chapter of Gamma Phi Beta clear overgrown brush at the Kingfisher Point Natural Area during CSUnity.
Members of the CSU Latin American Student Organization clean up a community member's yard during CSUnity.
CSU students gather in the Lory Student Center to get their assignments for CSUnity.
Members of the CSU student group La Raza lend a helping hand repairing an irrigation system and cleaning up the grounds at Catholic Charities Larimer County Region during CSUnity.
CSU biology alumnus and anthropology student Luke Cencula does some weeding on the grounds of Larimer County during CSUnity.
More than 2,000 volunteers
CSUnity is an annual event that has student volunteers participate in service projects such as planting trees, painting houses, visiting with senior citizens, sorting food and much more. These services are provided to neighbors in the community, the City of Fort Collins, state, county and federal agencies as well as local non-profits.
In previous years, CSUnity has gathered more than 2,000 volunteers and provided thousands of community service hours for organizations across Larimer County.