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Brady Faith Center

The Brady Faith Center serves as an "Oasis of Peace, Hope and Justice" in the city of Syracuse and its surrounding suburbs. We are a mission of the Syracuse Diocese, striving to meet the spiritual, educational and social needs of individuals and families in Syracuse's Southwest Community. We do this primarily through our presence, being with each other in kinship relationships as well as through our 20 diverse and creative ministries that reach out to the marginalized in our community. Two of our central summer programs are Vacation Bible School and the Farm.

Edmundite Missions

An 84-year old leader in civil rights and poverty alleviation in the Deep South, Edmundite Missions is the largest provider of social and hunger services in Selma, Alabama and three surrounding rural communties. It has expanded its mission to combine services with a drive toward developing solutions of poverty that enable self-reliance of individuals and families. Our mission is to be a proactive Catholic agent of social change that generates a vibrant community and a thriving economoy through impactful programming, dynamic staff and visionary leadership.

Catholic Charities CYO Camp and Retreat Center

Catholic Charities CYO Camp fosters the growth and development of youth through the formation of positive relationships with self, others, nature, and God. We embrace the values and traditions that have made it an exciting, educational, and memorable place for tens of thousands of youth since 1946. Programs are designed to give campers and all who visit the opportunity to develop self-confidence while making new friends and taking on new challenges as they progress from year to year.

South Bend Center for the Homeless

The Center for the Homeless (CFH) provides life-saving and life-changing services to each guest. The main mission of the Center for the Homeless is to break the cycle of homelessness in the life of each individual we serve. Programs for our adult guests include attending a guest orientation, participation in courses such as personal finance, time management, etc. and participation in either our self-growth, workforce, or academic track to grow their skills based upon the interests and goals they have.

R. M. Pyles Boys Camp

Pyles Boys Camp is a summer camp for disadvantaged/disenfranchised boys, ages 12-14, in Sequoia National Forest. The goal of the Camp is to give boys a new confidence in life through challenging wilderness camp experiences, such as archery, horseback riding, ropes courses and a backpacking trip. As camp counselors the students lead groups of eight boys for 12-day sessions, working at base camp, as well as leading outcamp, a 5-day, 4 night trip in the wilderness.

C24/7: Father's Arms Ministries

C24/7 is a non-profit organization dedicated, through the power of Jesus Christ, to improving the lives of children and young adults in the North of Howard neighborhood by providing them with the necessary tools, security and environment for them to thrive economically, socially and spiritually. We seek these goals through an afterschool program, job training program, and community outreach.

Micron Foundation Outreach Program

The student will be primarily a Micron Foundation Volunteer (K-12 STEM Educational Outreach Programs). Additionally, she will volunteer with the Boys & Girls Club and also with the Idaho Youth Ranch. Her dates of service will be June 1 - July 23rd. During June, she will help with the Micron Tech Camps (Online STEM camps) 3 days/week and also volunteer at the teen centers of 3 Treasure Valley Boys & Girls Club sites (the 3 branches that serve teens). She will then be a support to teens who will register and participate in the Tech Camps from the B & G Clubs.

The Children's Home & Lemieux Family Center

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Crossroads Foundation

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Dallas Missionaries of Charity

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