List of 32 Catchy Community Service Slogans

The national volunteer rate has been increasing each year, averaging 2.5 billion hours of volunteer time provided by parents of school age children. Approximately, 64.3 million Americans have contributed to some form of community service from distributing and serving food, engaging in general labor, teaching, or transportation. The following series of community service slogans are intended to inspire the growing demand for volunteers to meet local needs.

Building community through giving.
Building green communities from the people up.
Caring is the gift of making the ordinary special.
Community Service is calling, no need for stalling.
Creative concepts and contracting.
Developing community based initiatives.
Don’t mistake activity with achievement.
Everyone can be great because everyone can serve.
For better unity help your community.
Help each Other, Understand Each Other, Serve Each Other.
Helping people. Changing lives.
If you see a need, take the lead.
Lead the way.
Leaders making a difference.
Living the spirit of service with a progressive beat.
Love has to be put into action and that action is service.
No job too big or small, Community service helps all.
Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.
Our experience can change your life.
Plant flowers, No littering.
Remember that yours is not the only heart that may be wishing for love.
Serve others.
Service to mankind.
Solutions in your community.
Take the opportunity to help the community.
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
Things get solved if you get involved.
We can do it.
When community comes unity.
When in doubt, help out.
You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do.
You must be the change you wish to see in the world.

The following infographic outline statistics with community service volunteer and the rising percentages of parents that contribute from throughout the general population. Nearly 4 in every 10 mothers participate in some form of community even while still being labeled as some of the busiest Americans. Over 30.4% of time is given to fundraisers or the sale of items to raise money.

Community Service and Parent Volunteers