OneOC Days of Service are our five annual national volunteer days that unite individuals, families, service clubs, businesses, schools, and faith-based organizations in volunteerism throughout the year. Join us for one or more signature volunteer events.

 

MLK Jr. Day of Service (January)

Community members can make their “day off” a “day on” by celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through meaningful service. OneOC will partner with multiple local nonprofits including Orange County United Way, offering volunteer opportunities that address critical community issues.

Earth Day (April)

Earth Day is celebrated around the world, and OneOC is observes it volunteer projects that focus on preserving and beautifying Orange County’s environments. Take an active role in preserving natural habitats and making Orange County a cleaner and greener place to live in. As part of Earth Day, OneOC supports Global Youth Service Day, engaging our youth to improve our communities – this day and every day. Youth friendly volunteer projects will be available for all ages.

9/11 Day of Service & Remembrance (September)

In observance of the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, volunteers participate in projects that support our troops, veterans, and disaster preparedness, culminating with signature events that provide a community transformation.

National Family Volunteer Day (November)

This annual day of service, held on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, is designed to demonstrate the power families have to support their local communities. Join OneOC in instilling the values of service in the next generation and making a difference in Orange County communities. Youth friendly volunteer projects will be available for all ages.

Spirit of Giving (December & April)

This program empowers Title-1 first-grade students to improve literacy skills while teaching how they can make a difference in their communities, regardless of their personal circumstances. OneOC provides Service-Learning curriculum to support teachers, volunteers read stories, culminating with students developing their own service projects. Each child will be given a book to inspire reading and future giving opportunities.