Bringing Love One Bunny at a Time
Adventists in Action is all about spreading love in the community! We tailor our programs to suit the needs of our community members. At the University of Illinois, we know that being away from home and having the burden of exams can be tough on students. That's why we're offering bunny therapy as an "all-natural" stress-relief treatment! Several times throughout the semester we bring our bunnies to the university so that students can enjoy a moment of happiness petting and hugging them. We bring the bunnies to the quad when the weather is nice and take them to student organizations and dorms in the winter. Contact us if you want bunny therapy to come to you!
Also, we bring bunny therapy to the Juvenile Detention Center (JDC). Please see below for volunteering opportunities.
Bunny Therapy at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Above all thanks to God, the students were blessed and we were too.
Check Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube for more pictures and video of our events! Bunny Therapy is sponsored by our partner, Adventist Christian Fellowship (ACF). For more information, please click here! Thank you!
Bunny Therapy in JDC
Bunny Therapy is coming to the Juvenile Detention Center on the first Saturday of every month from 9:00 am - 10:45 am. We are allowed to interact with the residents and sing with them, also do Bible discussion and bring the bunny therapy. Requirements to be a participant are be older than 18 years old, a background check by the Juvenile Detention Center (please contact us for more information and or to fill in the form). This is a great opportunity to serve the community and to help and bring hope to the youth. Feel free to contact us for this opportunity! Thank you!