We work with individuals and groups within the Wake Tech community to find service projects that align with their interests and serve our community. Whether a group is looking for a one-time or short-term service project or an individual is seeking a service-oriented internship, we seek to connect Wake Tech students, faculty, and staff with community members in need.

Read and Feed:
Provide a warm meal to elementary school children and help them stay on track with their reading level by providing reading assistance. Wake Tech volunteers are needed once a week for an entire semester.

Volunteer to Read & Feed

Blood Connection:
Donating blood saves lives. It's that simple. Every whole blood donation has the power to save up to 3 lives. Your donation could be someone's only chance at another day.

Donate to The Blood Connection

Wilmington Street Men’s Shelter:
This homeless shelter and soup kitchen serves dinner to homeless men from the Raleigh area. Dinner is prepared by the staff, but volunteers are needed to serve dinner. Wake Tech volunteers on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Friday of each month.

Volunteer Wilmington Street Shelter

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle:
The Food Shuttle pioneers innovative, transformative solutions designed to end hunger in our community. Volunteers help recover and distribute good food that would otherwise go wasted, work on our Farm and urban learning gardens, pack and deliver food to children and seniors, assist in teaching nutrition education, or assist in the warehouse.

Volunteer for the Inter-faith Food Shuttle

Food Bank of Eastern and Central North Carolina:
A nonprofit organization with the mission that no one should go hungry. The Food Bank collects food that might otherwise be wasted and distributes it to organizations feeding people in need. Volunteers sort and repackage food, and assist staff with local food pickups and other projects.

Volunteer for the NC Food Bank

Rise Against Hunger
A meal packing event process that combines rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables and a flavoring mix including 21 essential vitamins and minerals into small meal packages. These meal packages are shipped around the world to support school feeding programs and crisis relief. Wake Tech host’s them once a year around MLK day. Keep an eye out for signs about volunteering!

Habitat for Humanity:
Habitat for Humanity believes that every man, woman, and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. They build and repair houses all over the world using volunteer labor and donations. Our partner families purchase these houses through no-profit, no-interest mortgage loans, or innovative financing methods. Wake Tech volunteers go once a month to help build these houses.

Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity

Meals on Wheels:
We serve 1,300 noontime meals every weekday to homebound older adults and persons with disabilities in Wake County. Our outreach consists of hot meals to homebound individuals, communal dining for adults 60+ in congregate dining rooms, and frozen meal service for dialysis patients and other homebound individuals in isolated areas. Over 2,200 volunteers help us deliver meals Monday through Friday each week.

Volunteer for Meals on Wheels

Activate Good:
Activate Good works as a “force multiplier” for local causes with volunteer needs. Through two major programs, we’re working to make volunteerism part of everyday life in our community. Through our outreach efforts and online volunteer community, we help recruit and connect individuals, groups, and companies to fulfill volunteer needs with Community Partners around the Triangle area.

Volunteer for Activate Good