Community Outreach & Leadership Development

Project Panther

Project Panthers are monthly community service activities organized by Drury Volunteer Corps through the Office of Community Outreach and Leadership Development.

Drury Volunteer Corps is the student organization devoted to service and active citizenship. 

The mission of Project Panthers is to provide easy access to service projects for the entire Drury community, giving opportunities for students to work beside faculty, staff and alumni to address social issues while helping our campus become better connected to itself, its community, and its future

If you are an employee of Drury and would like to participate in a Project Panther, use the Community Connection Leave Policy (paid leave for employees to engage in the community).

For more information regarding how to get involved with Project Panthers or Drury Volunteer Corps email leadership@drury.edu.

Spring Project Panther Service Events:

Saturday, Feb 7: Inspired Boutique

We need 10-15 volunteers per shift to help with sorting donations for the Boutique.

Shifts: 12pm-2pm & 2pm-4pm (you can always volunteer to do both shifts if you are able)

Thursday, Mar 12: Ronald McDonald House at Cox South

We are looking for 10 students to help make and serve dinner for the residents of the House.

Shift: 5pm-8pm

Friday, Apr 24: Boys and Girls Club Musgrave Unit

We will be putting on a game night for the kids. As a volunteer, you may be asked to help supervise the kids, judge the games, and play with them. We need 10-12 volunteers per shift.

Shifts: 5:30pm-7pm & 7-8:30 (you can always volunteer to do both shifts if you are able) 

RSVP required for all Project Panther events. To RSVP or for more information regarding how to get involved with Project Panthers or Drury Volunteer Corps, email leadership@drury.edu.

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