Doane University has taken over the number one spot on the NAIA leaderboard in community service according to the Helper Helper app, which logs service hours of groups and individuals at Doane.
Doane currently has 4,101 hours of community service which a 92 percent rate since July 1.
In a Facebook post by Hansen Leadership mascot Mack Hansen on Monday, during the fall semester, Doane students have had an economic impact value of $104,028.
Helper Helper is a community service app and platform that connects Doane to volunteer opportunities. Students can view opportunities, commit to individual events as well as track their individual and team progress, according to the Helper Helper app.
The top three Doane branches that have logged service hours are:
• Greek life
• Student groups
The top three organizations that Doane has served are:
• Crete community
• Crete Chamber of Commerce
• Alternative Break
The top three categories that Doane has participated in are:
• civic and community
• children and youth
Doane continues to provide volunteer opportunities that are posted weekly on the “Find Opportunities” tab on the Helper Helper website.