Students and others from both schools banded together to help out for Serve LA Day.
Putting their rivalry aside, both schools will contribute to the community on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Take a closer look at the oases of nature at UCLA where wild flora and fauna flourish.
These Bruin siblings, for whom service is a family affair, have fed hundreds through their year-old foundation.
About 1,500 people participated in a range of projects that included gardening, cleanups and meal packing.
There are more than 40 volunteer projects happening around the world on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Jiseon Kim has helped save and improve a learning garden at her former grade school. Ada Chung created a service that provides career mentorship to adults on the autism spectrum.
Members of the school’s first cohort to earn the bachelor’s degree in public affairs documented the joys and challenges of their unpredictable senior year.
Tony DeFrancesco looks to build on a partnership that extends back 70 years.
The Emergency Food Partnership provides thousands of free meals to those facing hunger during the pandemic.
Classrooms created artwork that was presented during the ‘10 Questions’ program.
Despite the pandemic, UCLA Dentistry students and faculty found a way to continue their mission of promoting oral health in the community.
The longtime pediatric dentist, community volunteer and UCLA instructor has spent a half-century preparing budding dentists for the profession.
Hundreds of Bruins answered the call to serve for the 12th annual day of service, which pivoted from in-person tasks to primarily online events and projects.
A team of volunteers gathered hundreds of pounds of supplies — including masks, gurneys and robotic surgical arms — to assist those in need, now two months after the explosion.
This year’s adapted day of service includes eight different kinds of activities, and volunteers can join in as many as they have time for.
500 UCLA students volunteer to provide academic support to K-12 students across L.A. County through the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families.
UCLA’s Kathleen McHugh helped build “100 for the 100th,” which aims to encourage everyone to vote in honor of the centennial of the 19th Amendment.
Gloves and masks became common. Triples gave way to singles. Self-serve buffet stations were replaced with pre-portioned servings. Life changed a lot.
With generous and swift donations, the community responds to UCLA — and UCLA responds to the community — during the COVID-19 crisis.
During the pandemic and the trauma of racist killings, Bruins have shown compassion, courage and resilience.
Seven days a week, UCLA volunteers staff a well-being call-in line, offering support, resources and a compassionate ear.
After years in and out of prison, the master’s student turned his life around with the help of higher education. He's been helping others do the same.
The local union members lost their jobs in the hospitality and restaurant industries as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
Among the projects is an online speaker series addressing urgent issues affecting children and families during the COVID-19 pandemic.