We offer many opportunities to serve the community in ways that fit with your interests, gifts and schedule. We can connect you to ministries that serve meals, offer hospitality to the homeless, grow food in our community garden, and much more! Several ministries allow families with school-aged children to serve together.
Upcoming Opportunities to Learn
We offer many opportunities to grow in faith and understanding of the rich tradition of Catholic Social Teaching and its application in the world. If you have any questions about upcoming opportunities, please contact Trevor Thompson.
Justice Theater Project
Uses the dramatic arts to raise awareness about the needs of our brothers and sisters who are poor or marginalized.
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Volunteer Help Needed
Help Needed - Brown Bag Ministry
St. Francis Brown Bag Ministry has open dates to fill.
We prepare and deliver lunches to a senior citizen apartment complex in Durham every Saturday of the month. This is a wonderful opportunity for families, scout troops, girl guides, youth groups, and sports teams to serve the community together.
For more information go to – https://www.stfrancisraleigh.org/bbm
or contact – Tricia Downs, Nanette Kirsch, Joanne Penezic, Lori & Dale Zagiba at email@example.com
Sunday Mornings - Help Needed to prepare and serve breakfast - Helen Wright Center
The ministry that serves the Helen Wright Center for homeless women in Raleigh is looking for additional volunteers to help prepare and serve breakfast at the center on Sunday mornings. The commitment is twice annually and involves purchasing, preparing and serving the breakfast items with other volunteers from St. Francis of Assisi.
Contact Sharon King at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-676-3897
Monday to Thursday 9-1 - Volunteers Needed - Note in the Pocket
Impoverished children suffer in their social and educational development because they don’t have appropriate clothes for school.
Note in the Pocket addresses this issue by providing school clothes and shoes to local students living in poverty.
Volunteers are needed Monday – Thursday between 9am and 1:00 pm to sort and deliver clothes.
The volunteer center is on the corner of Millbrook Rd and Lacy Avenue.
Group opportunities are also available during the weekday, nights and weekends by appointment.
For more information or to register to http://www.noteinthepocket.org/ or email us at email@example.com