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Lay Mission-Helpers Association
Lay Mission-Helpers provides opportunities for lay Catholic to share their professional skills and live their faith in international mission sites. We are single people, married couples and families who serve in the field education, healthcare, administration, accounting, IT and more. Join us for a life-changing opportunity.
Catholic Medical Mission Board
The Catholic Medical Mission Board is an international NGO providing long-term, co-operative, medical and development aid to communities affected by poverty and unequal access to healthcare. Since its inception in 1912, CMMB has been placing volunteers in some of the most remote and impoverished regions of the world where their skills can be put into action to help the most vulnerable. Contact us to learn more.
Maggie’s Place AmeriCorps
Maggie’s Place AmeriCorps members live for a year or a summer in our maternity homes for pregnant and parenting women experiencing homelessness, providing a supportive and loving community of welcome. Apply now to serve and share this opportunity widely to change two lives at a time!
Global Sisters Report
Global Sisters Report (GSR) is an independent, nonprofit source of news and information about Catholic sisters and the critical issues facing the people they serve. GSR’s new series, Hope Amid Turmoil: Sisters in Conflict Areas, offers a look at the lives and ministries of women religious serving in dangerous places worldwide. GlobalSistersReport.org/Hope
Marist Brothers Vocations
The Marist Brothers make Jesus known and loved through our global mission to young people, especially those most neglected. We minister in schools, in camp and retreat settings, and in social outreach. We welcome inquiries from men looking to discern a religious vocation and from anybody seeking a volunteer experience.
Missionary Cenacle Volunteers at Trinita
Serve inner-city families with children while growing closer to God this Summer! Our fun and faith-filled program is designed to strengthen faith and family life. Activities include arts & crafts, swimming, Mass and more! Orientation for new volunteers June 26-July 1. Choose how many weeks you serve families July 3-30.
LAMP Catholic Ministries
LAMP (Lay Apostolic Ministries with the Poor) is a canonical missionary association within the Archdiocese of New York. We offer Catholic adults (ages 21-45) the opportunity to deepen their faith through 1-2 year committed time of service and prayer with the materially poor in NYC while living in community. Founded by Tom & Lyn Scheuring, PhDs, in 1981, our mission is to share the compassionate Heart of Jesus with those who suffer the most in our society – those who are poor, homeless, abandoned, sick, elderly, or ignored.
Maggie’s Place provides houses of hospitality and ongoing support to help pregnant and parenting women in need reach their goals and welcomes them into a community filled with love and dignity. AmeriCorps members serve as live-in support staff in our home, offering nonjudgemental support and creating intentional community.
From Mission to Mission
From Mission to Mission offers programming to support volunteers, missioners, and their sending programs before, during and after their experiences. Its workshops and retreats have been celebrated for over 40 years and inspire those who do service to be open to the transformation the experience invites, and to keep that spirit alive upon their return home.
The Center for Working Families (C4WF) in collaboration with The Center – A Family of Families
Our year-long volunteers live in an intentional community and actively participate in and support the Center’s mission to accompany, serve and empower the most vulnerable families in Quito. We're looking for compassionate people who believe in the power of community, education, and equal opportunities for the marginalized. Join our "Family of Families!"