BOS: • Greater Boston Food Bank, 20 minutes on subway • Friday Night Supper, 3-minute subway or 10-minute walk • Rosie’s Place (women’s shelter), 20-minute subway • More than Words (online book business for at-risk youth), 15 minutes by bus
CHC: • Teen Center, 15-minute bus ride from campus, cook dinner for homeless families, companionship/conversation partners for homeless • Chestnut Hill Elementary, 15-minute bus ride from campus, help with afterschool program, lead games, help lead outdoor/playground activities • Chestnut Hill Hospital, 10-minute bus ride from campus, delivering snacks and meals to patients, greeting visitors, escorting patients to various departments, taking flowers and gifts to patient rooms, assisting wheelchair-bound patients, distributing menus.
CIT: • Several opportunities (elderly care, after school care, food bank, and so on) but most have special conditions including proof of vaccination. • Short-term/temporary opportunities are also available. • Contact CIT if you have interest and they can help select an appropriate placement.
LVI: • Very limited opportunities within easy commute from campus.
SB: • Ronald McDonald House • Food bank
SPU: • Preparing meals at Saint Aedan’s Convent, 10-minute walk from campus (soup kitchen, rather than “meals for nuns”) • Clothing and food drive with Saint Peter’s University • Assisted Living Center (university provides transport) • City clean-up (university provides transportation)
TTU: • Cookeville Animal Shelter • Putnam Senior Citizens Activity Center • Cookeville Regional Medical Center • American Red Cross • Kiwanis Cookeville Children’s Museum • Stephen’s Center (on campus, child tutoring program)