OPIRG-Brock is www.YourBrock.org – We’re a student run not-for-profit that works on projects that make the world a better place and improve the lives of students. Located in the Student Centre, Established 1988.

Reasons to Volunteer

  • Create Positive Change
  • Gain Experience
  • Meet New People
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OPIRG’s Goals

  • Improve Student’s Lives
  • Save the World
  • Support Student Initiatives
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Groups & Projects

  • Campus Community Garden
  • Food Not Bombs
  • Orientation Week
Full List of Projects/Groups

Orientation Week is an exciting time for new and returning students. University campus’s are a progressive hub and training ground for students interested in making the world a better place. We’ll be posting about some of the different organizations looking for volunteers that you can find during O-Week at Brock University.

In high school it’s pretty common to feel alone if you don’t fit the norm. Honestly though, the norm sucks. Bullying, poverty, mental illness, animal cruelty, crappy jobs, sexual violence, racism, sexism, homophobia, ableism and so many other societal ills are the commonplace norm. If you are discontent with the norm, with the status-quo, we want to get to know you. You should reach out and connect. You can reach us by email at Volunteer@YourBrock.org

Some of the Student Run Social Justice Organizations

OPIRG-Brock (YourBrock.org) exists to make the world a better place and improve the lives of students. It has been on campus since the 80s and works on a huge variety of social justice initiatives including anti-poverty, animal rights, environmentalism, food sovereignty, youth welfare, human rights,

Fed Up The Affordable Food Project (www.FeedBrock.org) exists to help students save money and stay healthy.You’ll likely see Fed Up handing out free and healthy snacks around campus all through orientation week and in the 2015/2016 school year.

The Brock Student Sexual Violence Support Centre (www.ASaferBrock.org) exists to support survivors of sexual violence and run public education campaigns to prevent violence and encourage respectful and healthy relationships. If you ever need support or want to get involved to help end sexual violence you should reach out to The Brock Student Sexual Violence Support.

Last year the following groups also attended and could likely be attending again too. The Brock Positivity ProjectDig Brock Community GardenBrock Fair TradeFood Not BombsBrock Eco, Responsible Investing at Brock, Active Minds, To Write Love on Her Arms, Brock Pride, Students for Solidarity, The Brock Student Justice Centre, Students Offering Support, Roteract, Enactus, UNICEF, Play Makers, Best Buddies Brock, Right to Play, Crafting for a Cure.


Community Base Organizations

Community based groups usually have a fairly strong showing during orientation week too. Last year Positive Living Niagara (formerly AIDS Niagara), Red Frogs, and Big Brothers Big Sisters all attended O-Week.


Everything Else

O-Week is huge, the above info is a tiny sliver of everything that is going on during O-Week 2015 at BrockU. Check out www.YourBrock.org/oweek for some of the posts about last year’s O-Week to see what to expect. Check back or follow as on Twitter.com/YourBrock to see updates as they come :)

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