Volunteer Opportunities

There are many ways to get involved in volunteer programs and activities within the SAU campus and community. Here are just a few current volunteer opportunities that are available. If you are interested in an area that is not currently listed, please complete the “Want to help” form so that we may assist you in finding local sites and/or projects that match your interests.

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Organization Description Contact Phone #
Alcardun Heights Community Center A tutoring center for youth grades k-12 Rhonda (870) 234-0939
Angel Tree Provides Christmas presents to needy children in Columbia County. Volunteer opportunities available in November and December. 2013 Angel Tree Volunteer Form Dr. Shannin Schroeder (870) 234-5186
Boys & Girls Club A youth organization whose mission is to help kids become good productive adults, especially those with financial difficulties David Smith (870) 234-3300
Columbia County Animal Protection Society (CCAPS) A temporary care facility for abandoned, abused, and/or stray animals in Columbia County and South Arkansas Becky (870) 234-8255
Steve (870) 234-7297
CST Community Service and Outreach Club The club will meet periodically to serve the communities of SAU, Magnolia and Columbia County Dr. Scott McKay (870) 235-4290
Hannah Medical Center Provides life-affirming services and aid to expecting mothers Gwen 1-866-74WOMEN
South Arkansas Youth Services (SAYS) Improves the quality of life for children aged 8 to 18 (and their families) through prevention, education, case work, and counseling by providing temporary shelter, maintenance, care and treatment to neglected and abused youth, youth at risk, adjudicated delinquents, and families in need of services. SAYS has a mentoriship program and mentors must be over the age of 21. Jackie Oliver (870) 904-4896
Southern Christian Mission A homeless shelter that provides shelter and meals for those in need John Miller (870) 235-1155
The Stewpot Services meals to individuals and families of Columbia County in need (870) 234-0230