Badger Volunteers is a semester- or summer-long volunteer program that pairs teams of students with community organizations in three topic areas: education, public health, and sustainability. Sustainability volunteer sites include the Aldo Leopold Nature Center, Clean Lakes Alliance, and Madison Area Food Pantry Gardens. Read more >>
Students and members of the Madison community are invited to volunteer at the UW Arboretum. Volunteers help with restoration, gardening, day camps, and more. Read more >>
The Lakeshore Nature Preserve encompasses undeveloped lands along Lake Mendota including the Lakeshore path, Picnic Point, University Bay Marsh, and the woods around Eagle Heights. Volunteer opportunities include ecological restoration, erosion control, removal of invasive species, and more. Read more >>
The Morgridge Center for Public Service connects UW–Madison students, faculty and staff to the community through community-based service, learning, and research. Search volunteer opportunities related to a wide variety of majors and causes. Read more >>
UW–Madison’s Campus Kitchen recovers food from campus dining halls to serve in their volunteer-run kitchen. Sign up to volunteer here >>
The Wisconsin Union Directorate (WUD) Alternative Breaks Committee facilitates meaningful service-learning opportunities for UW–Madison students. The trips are intended to engage students in productive and rewarding activities during academic breaks. Read more >>
For more information about sustainability volunteering opportunities, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.