ASU Cares 2021

Arizona State University alumni across the nation safely participated throughout the month of March in volunteer projects in their local communities to lend support. The volunteerism is a part of ASU Cares, a service initiative that encourages civic involvement among Sun Devils.

Sixteen alumni chapters from coast to coast participated in volunteer projects in their local communities during the month of March. This year’s ASU Cares projects included cleanups in neighborhood parks and beaches; clothing, blanket and supply drives; packing and delivering meals; and fundraisers for the Ronald McDonald House and The Humane Society. 

Alumni, staff and students also safely gathered on ASU’s Tempe campus for the annual citrus harvest with the ASU Arboretum crew, a project that highlights ASU’s commitment to sustainability. 

All activities adhered to COVID-19 safety protocols as dictated by the state in which they took place.

If you’re interested in participating in future volunteer events, contact an ASU Alumni geographic, special interest or academic chapter or club for more information. To see a full list of alumni chapters and clubs, visit