Serve 20,000 people

An opportunity for ASU students to give back to the community via HopeFest - Arizona's largest charity event Learn MoreI Want to Help



HopeFest is Arizona’s largest charity event where more than 20,000 poor, homeless, uninsured and underinsured come to get served. They get free medical and dental checkups, haircuts, career advice, clothes, personal care items, food, and much more. The next HopeFest is at Chase Field in Downtown Phoenix on April 16, 2016.


Project COPE is a yearlong community service project of Council of Religious Advisors at Arizona State University to mobilize students’ leadership and participation in community services by developing and managing charity drive and volunteerism throughout all four ASU campuses and surrounding communities.

Project COPE on Channel 12 News

Taylor Walters, an ASU Social Work student talks about how Project COPE is a way for students to give back to the community.

Watch Press Release

The Year 2015



Students & Staff



Task Forces

Volunteer Hours

Collection Boxes

We collect personal care items such as…

Full Sized Shampoo Bottles

ASU Tempe Campus

Bars of Soap

ASU Downtown Phoenix Campus

Toothbrush & Toothpaste

ASU Polytechnic and West Campuses

"Arizona State University is committed to engaging student leaders to serve, empower, and impact the local community through Project COPE."

– Dr. Michael Crow, President, Arizona State University

Collection Points

Got something to donate? Drop it off at the location closest to you.

Hayden Library

Downtown Campus Library

Fletcher Library

Manzanita Hall

Best Hall

Hayden Hall

Irish Hall

Hassayampa Academic Village

Adelphi Commons

Palo Verde East

University Towers

McClintock Hall

Palo Verde West

Barrett, The Honors College

Vista Del Sol

Cholla Apartments

Keystone Montessori

Changemaker Central, ASU Poly

Changemaker Central, ASU Tempe


Want to contribute to Project COPE? Let us know!

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