ASU Cares

ASU's sustainable sour orange harvest

ASU Cares is the annual volunteer community service project organized by the ASU Alumni Association. In Tempe, the annual ASU Cares event is harvesting campus grown Seville oranges. This initiative furthers ASU’s commitment to sustainability and provides important resources to the University. Click here to see pictures of this event.


ASU Alumni Association Chapters across the nation planned service projects for Sun Devils living in their area in the spring. Sun Devils across the nation gathered to participate in this family friendly activity! From cleaning up parks to building homes and raising money for a pet shelter, Sun Devils supported their local community through ASU Cares. 

Atlanta, GA March 24 Atlanta Humane Society
Austin, TX March 3 Pac-12 Puppy Pub Crawl
Boise, ID March 10 Idaho Botanical Garden
Chicago, IL March 24 Lakeview Pantry
Colorado Springs, CO March 31 St. Jude's Dream Home
Columbus, OH March 10 Mid Ohio Food Bank
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX March 25 Dallas Humane Society
Denver, CO March 10 Action Center Colorado
Detroit, MI March Tarence Wheeler Foundation
Fort Collins, CO March 24 Horsetooth Resevoir Clean-up
Fort Lauderdale, FL March 2 Jack & Jill Children's Center
Las Vegas, NV March 3 Catholic Charities of Southern NV
Los Angeles, CA March 24 Ronald McDonald House
New York, NY March 11 Citymeals on Wheels
Orange County, CA March 10 Beach Clean-up
Portland, OR March 10 Oregon Food Bank
San Diego, CA March 10 Beach Clean-up
San Francisco, CA March 24 Blankets & Beer
Seattle, WA March 17 Northwest Harvest
Washington, DC March 3 City Year DC

Award-winning ASU Cares

The ASU Alumni Association recently received a Silver Award in the Annual Alumni Programs category as part of the Awards of Excellence contest sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s (CASE’s) District VII. The association was recognized for its sponsorship of its ASU Cares that connect Sun Devil geographic alumni chapters to the communities that surround them. Read more.