Outreach

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St. John Vianney Parish Outreach

St. John Vianney Parish Outreach seeks to become the hands of Christ in the community through the Parish Food Pantry, Christian Service, and Genesis House. Specifically, the Parish Food Pantry provides food for families and individuals encountering difficulty in a manner that affirms their dignity and communicates care of the whole person. Student will have the chance to serve in a variety of the outreach programs depending on the student's interests.

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Operation BBQ

Operation BBQ Relief provides comfort to those in need by connecting, inspiring, serving, educating, and feeding in communities far and wide. Learn more about OBR.

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The Link

Mission: The Link works with youth and families to overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice. We have 23 programs across the organization through 3 divisions; Housing and Homeless Services, Juvenile Justice, and Safe Harbor. Our programs provide supportive housing, intensive case management services, and skills to develop to youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness, sex trafficking and or involvement in the juvenile justice system.

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Bethlehem Farm

Bethlehem Farm is a Catholic Community in Appalachia that transforms lives through service with the local community and the teaching of sustainable practices. We invite volunteers to join us in living the Gospel cornerstones of service, prayer, simplicity, and community. Our main ministries are home repair to low-income individuals in our rural community and a transformative service-retreat week experience for high school and college volunteers.

Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley-Humanitarian Respite Center

The purpose of the Humanitarian Respite Center is to restore human dignity by providing asylum seekers a welcoming space to rest, eat, shower and sleep. More than just feeding the hungry and clothing the naked, we encourage volunteers to sit with asylum seekers and get to know their story.


Crossroads Community Services

Crossroads Community Services exists to nourish our community's low-income families by providing nutritious food and supportive education. Today, Crossroads fulfills its mission through our programs and services. We get nutritious food to the hands of our low-income neighbors through our distribution network and our in-house pantry. We also are changing the way people think of hunger and hunger solutions by providing supportive education to the general public and to the clients we serve.

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Catholic Charities, Essex County Access Center

Catholic Charities as a ministry of the Archdiocese of Newark participates in the Church's social mission by recognizing the inherent dignity and worth of all people and responding with sincere Christian compassion to the corporeal needs of the poor and marginalized. The service of Catholic Charities is inspired by faith in Jesus Christ, Sacred Scripture, and the continuing exposition of Catholic Social teaching.

Idaho SSLP

The Notre Dame Club of Idaho is hosting at least 1 SSLP student this summer. Once a student is selected, the ND Club will work with the student to determine his or her site placement. There is a wide variety of sites to choose from. Organizations include sites working with at-risk youth, medical clinics, refugees, poverty and food security issues, legal aid, and homelessness, among others. The Club will match the student's interests with a local non-profit organization once the student commits to the SSLP.

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Midcoast Community Alliance (Midcoast Youth Center)

Midcoast Community Alliance began as a grass-roots community coalition in July 2016 after several youth suicide losses in the Bath community. Within just a few months, it grew from 4 members to over 30 organizations and, after careful consideration, became a 501c3 in July 2018. Our members include key community stakeholders from law enforcement, schools, city government, healthcare and mental health care, community members, suicide survivors, students, parents, and faith-based organizations.

St. Mary's Health Clinics

St. Mary's Health Clinics provide primary health care to persons who are uninsured, living within 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. The clinics are a ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Paul Province. A majority of patients served are Latino/Hispanic and Spanish is their primary language. The clinics are located at seven sites throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area and serve an adult population. Care is provided by an robust team of volunteer physicians, nurses and support personnel supported by an employed administrative staff based in St.

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