Community Service

Brotherly love

Holden brothers lift children’s spirits during the holidays

Ten years ago the Holden brothers created Fostering Ohio, a nonprofit organization that assists foster children after emancipation and families in need. Continue reading

A need to help others

Wright State graduate student Anthony Windsor was named an Ohio Social Work Student of the Year

Anthony Windsor decided to pursue a career in social work to honor his friends and fellow veterans who have died while also helping other veterans who are struggling. Continue reading

Calming collaboration

Dozens of Wright State students enjoyed cookies, hot cocoa, holiday music and puppy kisses in the Student Union Atrium during a Holiday Destress Event. Continue reading

Breaking bread

Raider community comes together for holiday meal

Wright State University students, staff, faculty and alumni enjoyed a Thanksgiving meal together at the 11th annual Raidersgiving. Continue reading

Cops stock campus pantry just in time for holidays

For the fourth consecutive year, the Wright State University Police Department participated in No-Shave November in a fundraising effort that benefited the Raider Food Pantry. Continue reading

Candy capers

Wright State’s Department of Public Safety hosted the first Trunk or Treat event near the Campus Services building. Continue reading

Donating yourself

Wright State students, faculty and staff learned about opportunities to give back to the community at the We Serve U Volunteer Fair Continue reading

Raider Food Pantry helps combat food insecurity among students

Located in the Student Union, Wright State’s Raider Food Pantry serves all students in need of emergency food assistance. Continue reading

Prepared to learn

We Serve U is holding a school supply collection drive to give local elementary students the tools for academic success. Continue reading

Uganda, water and the engineer

Biomedical engineering major John Wilke works with Wright State’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders to improve sanitation in a small village in Uganda. Continue reading