University of Redlands

UR Bulldogs will join to serve communities

Alumni, students and staff to participate in 11 projects across the nation 

REDLANDS, Calif. (Sept. 16, 2016)— On Oct. 1, 2016, hundreds of University of Redlands Bulldog students, parents, alumni, staff and friends will join for a day of service locally and across the nation.

Two Redlands projects include:

  • Orange Blossom Trail (between Grove & Judson Street, where the train tracks cross Grove Street) | 8 a.m. to noon | Light maintenance (picking up trash, weeding, tree trimming, raking, etc.) on “our” segment of Redlands’ new Orange Blossom Trail.
  • Family Service Association of Redlands | 612 Lawton Street, Redlands | 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Volunteers will be stacking and sorting canned goods and books, cleaning shelves and floors, sorting, folding and hanging clothes. 

California service projects are scheduled in Long Beach, Menifee, Redwood City, Fullerton, Riverside and San Diego.

Out-of-state projects are scheduled in Hawaii, Nevada and Washington.

HISTORY: Bulldogs in Service was established in 2007 by the University of Redlands Alumni Board of Directors in response to the spirit of volunteerism brought on by Hurricane Katrina with the goal to continue the community service efforts that had been embedded into the students’ learning while at Redlands. The first Bulldogs in Service event was held in 2008.

For information or registration, call 909-748-8011 or visit