State of Orange: A Day of Cowboy Service

Overview

OSU students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends are invited to Join OSU for State of Orange! This is a day to live out the Cowboy Code and help those in need. You can volunteer and showcase the giving spirit of the Cowboy Family in your community. With more than 100 volunteer opportunities across Oklahoma and beyond, the impact of the Cowboy community will be felt throughout the country!


State of Orange: A Cowboy Day of Service is set for Saturday, April 13, and there are several ways you can participate in Payne County! Please reach out to Sam Cypert with any questions! 405-744-9060 sacper@okstate.edu.


Volunteer: OSU alumni, faculty and staff are joining current students at more than 150 job sites across the county as part of Into the Streets. After you sign up, we’ll place you at a job site with fellow Cowboys to give back in a fun, group environment.


 Request Assistance: Residents, churches and non-profits regardless of their socioeconomic status can request help from a volunteer team for their job, which can include yard work, general spring cleaning and more. The deadline to request a job is Sunday, April 7.


 Give Back: Payne County Extension Services is hosting two fundraising drives for State of Orange:


State of Orange: A Day of Cowboy Service