UACCM Gives Back is a community service program for students and employees. Volunteer opportunities will be posted here, and details will be sent via email as each community service event approaches. If you're aware of volunteer opportunities in UACCM's service area (in Conway, Faulkner, Pope, Van Buren, Perry, and Yell counties) or if you'd like to be the lead contact for a volunteer opp, email the Coordinator of Student Activities. Thanks for your interest in giving back!
Arkansas Hospice, Inc.
222 Babish Lane1105 Deer Street #10
Conway, AR Conway, AR 72033
- Autumn Hurst
Grief Support Volunteers: Grief support, otherwise known as bereavement volunteers, assist bereavement staff in making phone calls to Arkansas Hospice families following the death of a loved one. These volunteers receive additional training from the bereavement staff and help to remind families of services available to them for up to 13 months.
Patient and Family Care Volunteers: Companionship is a key component, as well as helping with errands and sitting with patients while caregiver’s rest. Opportunities are available in patients’ homes, in nursing homes, in assisted living facilities and in our Arkansas Hospice inpatient centers.
Pet Therapy Program Volunteers: The Pet Therapy Program offers the opportunity for volunteers with certified therapy dogs to visit with patients in nursing homes and our inpatient facilities. Pet therapy has been proven to lower blood pressure and provide comfort to patients.
Vet-to-Vet Program Volunteers: This program pairs our veteran patients with volunteers who have also served in the military and oftentimes have a better understanding of what the patients have experienced. These veteran volunteers provide invaluable companionship and can give caretakers a chance to take a brief break.
The Boys and Girls Club of Faulkner County
- 1405 Robins St.
Conway, AR 72033
- Liberty Parks
Unit Director, Bob Nabholz Unit
The Boys & Girls Club of Faulkner County is always looking for volunteers to make a difference in the lives of local children. Duties range from playing games, helping with art projects, chaperoning field trips, creating fitness programs, being a mentor and more. Volunteering at the Club can be exceptionally fulfilling. Club members look up to volunteers as their mentors, so volunteers greatly impact the lives of Club youth.
The City of Hope Outreach
- 608 E Robins St.
Conway, AR 72034
- Samantha Still
The City of Hope Outreach exists to advocate for others by opening holistic centers in Central Arkansas's under-resourced areas. Here, we influence change through unique community engagement and philanthropic support.
- 1000 SWN Drive, Suite 101
Conway, AR 72032
- Jessica Nichols
Director of Programs
Community Connections was created to provide extra-curricular activities for children with disabilities and support for their families.
Conway Ministry Center
- 225 E Robins St.
Conway, AR 72032
- Denay Barlar
We exist to connect individuals and families in crisis to the physical, financial, social, and spiritual resources needed to alleviate the immediate crisis, as well as partnering with clients and the community to create long-term plans for stability.
- 3801 W Main Street, Suite A
Russellville, AR 72801
- Kacie McCurrie
For those interested in helping hospice patients with needs around their home. -Current need to help gentleman with drywall and insulation.
The Safe Place Inc.
- P.O. Box 364
Morrilton, AR 72110
At The Safe Place, we recognize that volunteers are a valuable resource and an integral part of our work, dedicating their time to help families in crisis; volunteers make the choice to help. Volunteer projects include fundraising events, special projects, landscaping, general and special shelter maintenance, non-perishable food drives and much more.
If you or a group would like to volunteer please contact The Safe Place at 501-354-1884.
Southern Christian Home
- 100 W. Harding St.
Morrilton, AR 72110
Our mentor program is designed to provide a child with a special friend aside from family or staff. Our hope is that with each child in our care, a mentor will establish a close personal relationship and provide our children with opportunities they might not otherwise receive. In this way Mentorship is an augment and support to the daily care of those at Southern Christian. It is also an opportunity for a volunteer to enrich their own life by sharing it with a child.