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Keeping heads and hearts warm through service

BYU-Idaho's I-Serve program provides service opportunities for student Home Evening groups.

Give blood, give life

How to save a life in 10 minutes with the American Red Cross in February.

BYU-I serving through the pandemic

The special needs service program is still finding ways to serve during the pandemic.

A “Flow-bor Day” Celebration

Find out why the Lorax came to Rexburg

Students of Rexburg – Abraham Blanco

Abraham Blanco was born with a muscular condition called hyperkalemic periodic paralysis.

Students challenged to do 10,000 acts of service

The BYU-I Activities Department hopes students will participate in 10,000 acts of service in one week.

WATCH: Building sweet dreams for kids

Volunteers of Sleep in Heavenly Peace, a non-profit organization, held a bunk bed build day on March 24 to help children in the community have a place to sleep.

An inside look on Service Activities

"For me personally, in the end it really was just kind of was that initiative, of I just had that desire, I think, like all of us especially as church members, to serve."

Kid Connection helps students connect with local children

Each week, BYU-Idaho education majors volunteer at local schools to participate in Kid Connection . “It is a volunteer program where we go to Lincoln...

Activities Fest Promotes Great Student Benefits

On April 24th, the Activities Fest was held at the BYU-Idaho stadium. The event was put on by the Student Activities Program to help...

Activities department helps index records

The BYU-Idaho Activities Program has developed a program to digitize old school records. Students who are being trained have volunteered to help train others in...

Students serve elderly, gain experience

The campus program Adopt-a-Grandparent, a part of BYU-Idaho’s Service Activities, gives students the opportunity to participate in service by visiting the elderly of the...

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