Updated: Aug 6
Now you are ready to take action
We know that it takes a collective effort to bring positive change into our communities, so we put together a list of organizations and volunteer opportunities you can join to continue supporting the needs of college students.
Student Government Resource Center Offers services and resources tailored towards affordable textbooks, campus hunger, and student voting.
Student PIRGs Offers services towards climate change, alleviating poverty, strengthening democracy, and making college more affordable.
Swipe Out Hunger Offers resources and services towards anti-hunger programs through campus chapters and other initiatives. Local chapters can be found here.
Philly Mutual Aid - Neighbors Helping Neighbors They provide aid to people, with particular attention to minorities, who are being affected by COVID-19 by pairing people in need with volunteers to assist them in any way necessary and possible. firstname.lastname@example.org
Philadelphia Student Union The Philadelphia Student Union exists to build the power of young people to demand a high-quality education in the Philadelphia public school system. They are a youth-centered organization aimed at making positive changes in the short term by learning how to organize to build power. They also work toward becoming life-long learners and leaders who can bring diverse groups of people together to address the problems that their communities face.
Still in need of help? Check out the other sections of the Philadelphia Local Guide.
Please note: Edquity does not endorse nor is Edquity associated with any business, organization, product or service that is mentioned in these Guides. Edquity is not responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the information provided, which may change over time. We encourage you to contact the business or organization listed to receive the most up-to-date information.