SERVICE

 

 

****NEWS FLASH****

We will be moving to a new system for logging Service Hours next year.  The App will be available soon for students to download to their laptops and phones.  In the meantime students should keep track of any volunteer hours in a note book or on their phone/computer.  Make sure that his supervisors phone and email, date of service, number of hours, the type of work, and location of service are all included.  We will notify by email and a Thursday Thoughts message when and how to get the App once we are ready to roll it out! 
 
 
For a list of contacts and approved service locations chick on the link below.  If you work outside of this list or the ideas that follow please contact Campus Mnistry for prior approval of your project to receive credit for the hours you volunteer.
 
Adapted Aquatics
Catholic Charities
     - Christ House
     - Loaves of Fishes
     - St Margaret of Cortona
     - St Martin de Porres
Eddie's Club/Kyle’s Club
Embry Rucker Shelter
FACETS of Fairfax County 
Food for Others
House of Mercy
INOVA Hospital
Jill's House
Katherine K Hanley Shelter 
The Lamb Center
LINK - Herndon
Lorton Community Action Center
Lullaby Project
Military Hospitals
National Charity League
Northern VA Down Syndrome 
Northern VA Training Center
Nursing Homes
- Fairfax Nursing
- Vinson Hall
Options - Peer Mentoring
Parish/Church Outreach
- Altar Server/Lector
- Knights of Columbus
- Workcamp
- CCD Teachers/Aide
PVI Service Day - Nov 7 (must sign up)
Reston Interfaith
Ronald McDonald House
School—Head Start Program
S.E.R.V.E./NVFS
Special Olympics
Stop Hunger Now
St. Joseph PVI Boys Society
St. Vincent de Paul
Sunrise Retirement Communities
Therapeutic Riding
Thrift Stores
WFCM- Western FFX Christian Ministries

 

Can’t find what you are looking for?

Not sure if your volunteer service meets the PVI requirements?  

Send us an email (campusministry@paulvi.net) to get it approved!

GOAL: Students will be challenged to do acts of service leading them to encounter the dispossessed or marginalized, offering the students the lifelong possibility of charity. They are asked to stretch beyond their comfort zone to become more aware of the difference each of them can make in the lives of others using their own unique God given talents. 

The fruit of a mature Christian life centered in prayer and the sacraments is service to others.  Service is an act of charity where the love of God is made real and the dignity of each and every individual is recognized.  Students are challenged to do acts of service leading them to encounter the dispossessed and marginalized, offering students the lifelong possibility of charity.  All Students are encouraged to work directly with a the poor, sick, disabled, alienated, dispossessed or marginalized.  Serving the needs of the poor and the needy, offers each student the unique opportunity to experience Christ in others.