iHelp is the signature campus-wide day of service in the fall, bringing together students, their surrounding community, and university alumni in an organized effort to create a culture of giving at the University of Illinois. Each year, over a thousand students come together to assist dozens of agencies across the Champaign-Urbana area in a display of gratitude to the community we call home. The Student Alumni Ambassadors (SAA) handle the logistics of the event, advertise the availability of volunteers to service agencies, and recruit students to participate.

It is an inclusive event that bring together students from a multitude of backgrounds and generates around 4500 hours of service for the community each year.  iHelp creates a positive and clear impact on the local population, all while helping students develop the Illinois spirit of service. We strive to encourage students to realize the effect they have on the community via service in order to better not just the community, but also themselves.

Volunteer and Group Registration has closed for iHelp 2017. If you would like to still volunteer, you may show up individually to the quad on Saturday, September 30th from 9-11am to be paired with a project.Please direct questions to Alexis Simmons or Jay Heininger (outreach.ihelp@gmail.com).

Agency registration is now closed! If you would like to host a project next year, please contact Alex Guiritan (aag4@illinois.edu) and Sarah Brennan (sb815086@gmail.com).