Community Service Programs

Community Service & Leadership Programs (CSLP) enhances the Titan Experience by providing a variety of community service opportunities for students to engage with the local community through intentional, high impact services and programs.

Below are the community service volunteer opportunities:

Blood Drives

Information coming soon!

 Future Titans Program

The Future Titans Program enriches the lives of children through education based fun. Volunteers make a profound difference in the life of a child by spending quality time with them as they engage with a variety of learning activities designed to fit a variety of themes. This project takes place in Fullerton.

Tuffy's Animal Allies

Come volunteer with us at the Priceless Pet Rescue in Chino Hills. This project requires you to come in and watch a training video before you can participate. 

Titan Kids at Orangewood

Titan Kids works with Orangewood Children’s Home (OCH). OCH helps children who suffer from physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, or abandonment by their parents. Volunteers visit the Orangewood Children’s Home twice a month to interact with the children through a variety of activities such as storytelling, arts and crafts, and entertainment/games.

Titans Helping Titans

The Titans Helping Titans project coordinates events focusing on helping CSUF students in need. The Titans Helping Titans Hygiene Drive, and Trick or Treat to Fight Hunger are two events coordinated by this group. 

Tuffy's Friends

Tuffy's Friends is dedicated to fostering friendships between Cal State Fullerton students and individuals with varying disabilities in the surrounding community. Volunteers participate in a variety of group activities with special education students ages 18-22 from the Fullerton Joint Union High School District’s Adult Transition Program. Through this opportunity, both sets of students have the opportunity to enjoy one another’s company and grow from the experience. Volunteers will be able to educate the community at large that the “differences” between the two populations are not as big as they may seem.