Campus Groups

These on-campus groups are already participating in many service activities. See what they have to offer.

Alpha Phi Omega (APO):

President – Ben Tellefsen <>
Alpha Phi Omega is a national coeducational service organization founded on the principles of Leadership, Friendship and Service. It provides its members the opportunity to develop leadership skills as they volunteer on their campus, in their community, to the nation, and to the organization. With more than 400,000 members on over 375 campuses, Alpha Phi Omega continues to provide more service on more campuses than any other collegiate service organization.  The Kappa Theta chapter of Alpha Phi Omega has been serving on the campus of Wake Forest since 1952.

Recruitment:  Fall and Spring rush.  See website for details

The Campus Garden

The Campus Garden is the result of student and faculty efforts to help Wake Forest students better understand and influence the social, environmental, biological and political consequences of food production and consumption. While we hope to eventually have the food grown at the Campus Garden enter the Wake Forest food chain, the project will serve many other purposes: provide Campus Kitchens with fresh produce; act as an outdoor classroom for Wake Forest students, as well as local elementary and high school students; and build community relationships among Wake Forest faculty, staff and students through work days and harvest celebrations. Maintaining and expanding the garden requires a lot of work. We are looking for volunteers to help in every aspect of the gardening process: preparing healthy soil; planting; managing pests; harvesting; composting; etc.

  • Agency Contact:
  • Sign up for listserve:
  • Follow CampusGarden on Facebook
  • Volunteer times:  Wednesdays and Sundays 3:30-5:30pm
  • Leader Recruitment: rolling
  • Location:  1141 Polo Rd.

The Campus Kitchen @ Wake Forest University

The Campus Kitchen at Wake Forest is a Food Recycling program that uses cooked but never served food from the campus dining hall to make healthy and nutritious meals for the needy of our community. Volunteers are needed to retrieve food, cook food, and deliver food. Sign up for a delivery or cooking shift by emailing!

  • The Campus Kitchen
  • Contact: Avery Thrush <> or Grace Russell <>
  • Staff:  Brad Shugoll <>
  • Phone: 758-3705
  • Volunteer times:  Sunday-Friday afternoon and evening shifts available
  • Leader Recruitment:  Mid-Spring recruitment for full school year positions
  • Location: Kitchin Hall

Circle K

Circle K International (CKI) is the largest collegiate community service, leadership development, and friendship organization in the world. With more than 11,000 members in 17 nations, CKI is making a positive impact on the world every single day.Circle K clubs are organized and sponsored by a Kiwanis club on a college or university campus. CKI is a self-governing organization and elects its own officers, conducts its own meetings, and determines its own service activities.

Habitat for Humanity

Wake Forest’s Habitat for Humanity student chapter is affiliated with the Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County.  The student chapter conducts awareness raising, educational programs, and fundraisers to support the mission of Habitat.  They also serve as an on-campus hub for students interested in getting involved with the local chapters by scheduling build dates and other special events for volunteers.

  • President: Emma Sealey <>
  • Volunteer times:  various build and other opportunities.  Currently accepting registration for Fall Saturday builds.
  • Leader Recruitment: Exec Application available in Mid-Spring.


Helping to Overcome Physical Expectations, or HOPE for short, is a volunteering liaison between dedicated Wake Forest students and students at The Children’s Center, The Special Children’s School, and Carter Vocational High School. Although each school is blessed with volunteers who perform many tasks, HOPE is a unique mentoring program aimed at directly promoting the academic, social, and emotional development of each child enlisted with the program. To accomplish this goal, each HOPE volunteer is partnered with a specific child at one of our partner special needs schools. HOPE volunteers then meet with their little buddies each week, assisting them to achieve certain goals and perform key objectives based on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) which are personally prepared by the staff for each child.

  • President: Andrea DeLeon
  • Contact e-mail:
  • Agency Phone: 336-727-2440
  • Location: The Children’s Center for the Physically Disabled 2315 Coliseum Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Brian Piccolo Cancer Fund Drive

Through a combination of special events and programs including Rush for the Cure, Hit the Bricks, and Wake ‘n’ Shake, students raise money for cancer research in honor of Wake Forest football player and all-around good guy Brian Piccolo.

  • Piccolo Cancer Drive
  • Contact: Mike Ford @
  • Volunteer times:  Rush for the Cure (fall @ home football games), Hit the Bricks (October 6th all day), Wake ‘n’Shake (Spring danceathon)
  • Leader Recruitment: Spring semester for following year


PREPARE (Policy Group on Rape Education, Prevention and Response) is a co-ed group on campus that was founded in 1987. We work to promote healthy relationships as well as understanding and prevention of rape and sexual assault.  Being a member of prepare is a great way to get involved in our campus, and serve our wake forest community.  We are especially in need of male facilitators (freshman, sophomores, and juniors are welcome to apply)

  • President: Natalie Campisi <>
  • Location:

Project LAUNCH

Project Launch is a year long mentoring and educational enrichment program in partnership with the seventh grade at Paisley Magnet School with an emphasis on character education. There are 65 Paisley students (25 males students and 40 female students) who have been selected to participate during the seventh grade year for 2007-2008. Current topics, which are relevant to both Wake and Paisley students, will be the focus of the 9 early morning sessions held during Fall and Spring semesters at Paisley. The culminating session is a day long field trip to the Wake Forest Campus. Responsibilities of a Project Launch mentor include leading reflective discussions with a group of about 5 students. Males will work with male students and females with females during each session. One culminating session at the end of the year will take place on the campus of Wake Forest and will include a campus tour, educational activities, and lunch. Project Launch sessions take place during 1st period class on the Paisley campus. Sessions will begin promptly at 7:55 a.m. and end by 8:45 a.m.

  • Co-Presidents: Lizzie Sweyer <> and Caroline Kenney <>
  • Location: 1400 Grant Street Winston-Salem, NC 27105


Do you love children?  Do you want to make a difference to their lives?
Winston-Salem Adapted Arts and Sports Program (W.A.A.S.P). seeks to provide a fun environment for children with physical and/or cognitive disabilities in which to play and socialize while working on motor skills through arts, crafts, games and sports.   We serve children between the ages of 6 – 15 with conditions such as autism and spina bifida.  We need enthusiastic volunteers  to help us run  activities, create a caring environment, and interact with wonderful children on these dates during the spring semester: 

  • Location: Reynolds Gym on the Reynolda Campus of Wake Forest University

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