Community Service

Service As Action Opportunities:

Friendship Circle Summer Camp

Friendship Circle has upcoming volunteer opportunities at their Summer Camp for kids with special needs. Volunteers at Friendship Circle are paired 1:2 with participants with special needs. The volunteers provide friendship to participants and help them engage in their chosen activities. Basically, their role in spending time with our participants is to try to help them have fun! Please note: there are always staff around to support all volunteers.


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MI Youth Volunteer Council needs you!

The Michigan Community Service Commission is creating a youth council to represent youth across the state to help build a youth volunteer movement and inspire youth to be involved in volunteerism.


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Coach a team this Spring in the Bloomfield Hills SNAP Flag Football League.

High Schoolers can take advantage of this amazing Spring opportunity. The season runs from April 15 - June 4. We have flexible scheduling, so even if you are playing a sport, or other activities on the weekends, you may still be able to squeeze in the 2 hour a week commitment for flag football on Saturdays at BHHS or Sundays at Seaholm. You do not have to commit to both days.

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SCAMP Teen Volunteer Program

SCAMP is a 5-week summer program that seeks to provide an exciting and therapeutic summer program for individuals with disabilities ages 3-26 in the Metro Detroit area. 

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Friendship Circle Volunteers

Friendship Circle of Michigan is a non-profit based in the Metro-Detroit area. The goal is to provide every individual with special needs the support, friendship and inclusion that they deserve. Volunteers are paired with a child who has special needs for a 1-2 hour program after-school or Sundays. Together, they form a friendship in one of our weekly programs. Programs include teaching the participants basketball, engaging in arts and crafts and going to fun activities such as miniature putt putt and laser tag.



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Share Detroit Volunteer Opportunities

Share Detroit is a website for nonprofits to list their needs and for volunteers to find where their skill sets and passions align with local organizations. These requested needs can be fulfilled by donations or through volunteering your time.

Check out the volunteer opportunities on the website. Some of the needs include mentoring at Big Brothers, Big Sisters, donating to the Ronald McDonald House, working on environmental policy with Detroit Hives and hockey coaching for the Michigan Warriors Hockey Program.

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Angel Pillow Project for Beaumont Sharing and Caring Program

The Angel Pillow Project benefits newly diagnosed breast cancer patients at Beaumont Health. These special pillows are given to every newly diagnosed breast cancer patient seen within three Beaumont campuses. The pillows provide comfort to patients following surgery for the drive home, and later at home, while resting or sleeping during recovery. Participating in this program provides a sense of giving back to the community, putting a smile on a breast cancer patient who may have a daunting diagnosis and a battle to overcome. Students will need to email, or call 248-551-8585 to show their intent to participate and then Beaumont will communicate through project completion with the students.

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Goodfellows Needs Volunteers!

Hi Bloomfield Hills Community!

We wanted to let you know about a fantastic, easy, and rewarding volunteer opportunity that is available to you called Goodfellows.

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Marianne Litz

Only 3 Service As Action experiences are required for the classes of 2024. One for each school year with an exception made for the COVID school year making 3 total.

Class of 2025 and beyond are required to complete 4 Service As Action experiences, one for each school year.

Service As Action Google Form (submit experiences/hours)


If you are a student who is completing many hours of community service and would like to showcase your volunteerism for college applications, NHS or scholarships, input your community service on the InnerView website. InnerView will create a community service resume for you. Through InnerView you will also be considered for the Michigan Community Impact Award and the Michigan Governor Youth Service Award.