Service and Political Organizations

The purpose of LOV is to empower the voices of our community through need-based service projects. Aiming to combat hunger and voter suppression by the collection and archiving of oral history for the establishment and preservation of a more beloved community.
People for Pollinators works to inform and educate Agnes Scott students about pollinators and sustainability.
Scotties for Change aims to bring individuals together to build community efforts to create positive change in the world through community service projects. Our objectives are to provide the opportunity for leadership development in service, promote good fellowship and high scholarship, develop aggressive citizenship and the spirit of service for the improvement of all human relationships.
SEEDS works to increase events on campus around ecology, diversity, and sustainability. The organization provides new outdoor opportunities to creatively engage with our planet and life around us.
Since its inception, Students Demand Action has advocated for gun safety legislation locally and nationwide as well as proven community intervention solutions to gun violence in our communities.

We focus on mitigating the causes and effects of all forms of gun violence that plague our country by organizing in schools and communities to educate students, register voters, and demand common-sense solutions to this national public health crisis.

We work to prevent gun violence because it is the leading cause of death for children and teens in the United States. Every day, more than 100 people are shot and killed and over 200 more are wounded. The daily toll of gun violence in our country doesn’t always make headlines, but this violence affects everyone, everywhere.

The UNICEF Campus Initiative at Agnes Scott is part of a growing grassroots movement rooted in a belief that college students have a vital role to play in helping the world's children survive. Our main goals are to educate, advocate and fundraise for UNICEF on behalf of the world's children.

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