Alternative Fall and Spring Break Trips
Hosted both in the Fall and Spring Semester, the Alternative Break Trips are an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to travel across the U.S. and assist with disaster recovery efforts or volunteer with under-served communities.
Martin Serves! hosts an annual Autism Friends Rock challenge to spread awareness about the number of children and families affected by Autism. Martin Serves! is also dedicated to working with the Giles County community to ensure that persons of all abilities feel welcome, supported, and connected within the community.
Boo-Out and Visit with Santa
All community members are welcome to join us in the Johnston Center for free holiday games, activities, and loads of fun on Tuesday, October 25th at 6pm for Boo-Out and Tuesday, December 6th at 6pm for Visit with Santa.
Martin Serves! partners with the Biology Department to help educate the campus about the importance of sustainability and conservation. Last year, students led a Pleasant Run Creek cleanup project in which over 500lbs. of trash was collected! This year's event will be held during the third week of April.
Free Dental Day
Students, faculty, staff, and community members are welcome to volunteer for this annual event at Pulaski First UMC! Volunteers are needed for hospitality, post-op care.
Spring Service Day
Martin Serves! hosts a campus-wide service event in late April each year. Join us for Spud Day, hosted in partnership with the Society of St. Andrew, where we will bag roughly eight thousand pounds of potatoes dropped on the campus green that will be provided to families throughout Giles County and Nashville, TN.