Service Beyond Siena

Service Beyond Siena

The Franciscan spirit of service to those in need lasts well beyond graduation. Here are some of our closest partners.

Franciscan Volunteer Ministry

Provides a setting for young adults to grow in faith, love and hope by serving the poor and working for social justice in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi. Sites located in Camden, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Wilmington, DE.

Franciscan Mission Service

This organization provides training and support for lay Franciscan missioners who stay from three to six years in areas around the world to live a simple life of service with the poor. Sites in Latin America and Africa.

Francis Corps

Volunteers help to promote Franciscan values in Syracuse, NY; San José, CA and Costa Rica.

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Catholic Volunteer Network

An organization of 200 domestic and international volunteer and mission programs that fosters and promotes full-time service opportunities for people of all backgrounds, ages and skills. This organization provides training and resources, networking opportunities, and national advocacy.

Christian Appalachian Project

Serves those in Appalachia by providing spiritual, emotional, and physical support through a wide variety of programs and services.

Educational Partners in Catholic Schools

Seeks to develop a group of highly motivated and committed young educators to meet the needs of the country's most under-served elementary and secondary schools. They recruit talented alumni from undergraduate programs who have a desire to teach not just as a career but as a vocation.

Good Shepherd Volunteers

They advocate for children who are victims of violence, poverty and neglect by providing services including foster care, youth counseling and education.

Jesuit Volunteer Corps

Work for and with underprivileged people, people with AIDS, the elderly, abused women and children and the developmentally disabled in domestic and international locations.

Maggie's Place

A community that provides houses of hospitality for women living alone, or living on the streets.  Maggie's Place follows recognition of responsibility to and for one another.

Mercy Corps

Help in countries around the world to serve impoverished areas. They support the literacy program and assist with agriculture, disability, health along with a variety of other needs.

Samaritan Inns, Inc.

Support individuals in finding sobriety, self respect, financial responsibility, and independence. They provide counseling, mentoring, housing and employment for formerly homeless addicted men.

Vincentian Service Corps

Transform lives with a group of over 200 people who serve the needs of those in poverty. The city of St. Louis provides a mixture of culture for the men and women volunteers.

AmeriCorps

A spirit of civic participation is created through service for a variety of needs including building affordable housing or fighting illiteracy.

Peace Corps

Volunteers work with a community overseas for 27 months, providing assistance in 77 countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, and the Middle East.