Community Service Callouts
Service will look a little different this year. Students may volunteer at multiple agencies beginning this year. While we still encourage students to volunteer at a main agency so they can truly understand the working of a service agency and form relationships with not only those they are serving but those running the agency. Animal Shelters are allowed, volunteering for elderly and sick neighbors, community clean ups, shoveling and yard work for elderly neighbors or family, tutoring in-person or via online will be allowed.
All hours must be recorded on the Mobileserve APP. It is the students responsibilities to make sure their hours are getting approved by the agency they volunteered with. Direct all service questions to your religion teacher.
This document will be updated when there are service opportunities on campus.
Little Sisters of the Poor
Little Sisters of the Poor in Indianapolis are in need of volunteers. You must be 18 years or older.
Please contact Ashely Hill if you are interested in serving.
Society of St. Vincent DePaul
As things slowly return to normal, we are in great need of volunteers. We couldn’t serve the community around us without the help of so many of you. So, please come help us—we need you.
Midwest Food Bank
We are in great need of volunteers every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:15-2:30pm. This is our distribution day and since Covid we have grown quite a bit on these days. Our need is for students 14 years old and above to help with loading carts and vehicles for our agencies. We also have 4 hour shifts if you are unable to work a whole day. If you are available to volunteer, please email at email@example.com or call me at 317-786-8980. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you.
NeighborLink is excited to be getting out and helping more homeowners this year! In addition to outdoor repairs, we’re planning on our return to indoor projects. This means, we need you and your friends to volunteer! Many of our projects require no-experience. Some of our smaller projects are better left to a DIY-confident volunteer. Whatever your comfort level, we have ways for you to help your community.
St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry & Warehouse needs volunteers
SVdP is eager to welcome volunteers regularly to safely distribute food to our neighbors.
We have adapted our operations to prioritize the safety of volunteers and provide food to those in need while following public health guidelines. We need help packing food boxes, repackaging produce and meat, and loading boxes in cars. We can also use more volunteers at our Distribution Center sorting clothing donations. Won’t you please answer the call to help us love our neighbors during this unsettling time so no one goes hungry or without clothing or household goods? Sign up today: http://www.svdpindy.
Should you have any questions contact : Darlene Sweeney@ firstname.lastname@example.org.
ProAct Indy Volunteers NEEDED for Service Opportunities
Since 2010, ProAct has been helping urban youth build solid foundations based on relationships and service to help alleviate disparities in poverty and education. We had an innovative idea: empower youth. Give them the tools and mentorship they need to provide effective service to the community. In doing so, students gain confidence and build their abilities. Cathedral offers a Service Class with ProAct during Alpha Period educating students on issues in our community and globally. They have a GREAT website with multiple opportunities to get students engaged in volunteering aroud Indianapolis. Please check out the link below and consider signing up TODAY!!
Mid-North Volunteers SignUp:
Midnorth Food Pantry want to let regular volunteers to know they do have a sign up. You must sign up on the following link to volunteer : https://signup.com/client/
Lord's Pantry at Anna's House
** Recent Note From Julie & Leticia: CHS students have been signing up under Roncalli & Group spots! PLEASE be respectful and ONLY sign up for Cathedral Student Spots. You May ONLY take an empty Roncalli or Group spot after 6pm on the night before that Saturday.
Volunteers are welcome every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. to help distribute groceries. Tasks include helping to unload food, creating organized and beautiful displays of the food, helping our clients carry their groceries and distributing food. Volunteers as young as 5-years-old, when accompanied by an adult, are welcome. Please complete your volunteer registration form (above) and register to volunteer.
GREAT NEWS!!! Gleaners is Now RE-OPEN to volunteers!!
Please note the age requirement for each sign up! They adhere closely to the age restriction. They have lowered so opportunities to the age of 13. Gleaners is a great agency to volunteer with as they do a great job educating volunteers to how and why they do what they do, and educate you what food insecurities are and cause of them. So think about volunteering soon!
UNITED WAY COVID- 19 Response Service Opportunities
United Way of Central Indiana is working closely with other community-based organizations to share their most immediate needs while dealing with the coronavirus while connecting volunteers to safe opportunities in their communities. Several opportunities for students and families!
THANK YOU to the 50 some Cathedral students that ran Representing Cathedral Irish Supporting St. Vincent de Paul this past weekend. Funds raised help support our homeless neighbors, food pantry and other critical programs at St. Vincent de Paul Indy