Local Service


In the tradition of Jesuit education’s goal of enabling students to learn and grow into becoming more deeply men and women for and with others, Campus Ministry offers a variety of local service opportunities where students can use their time, talents and personal gifts in service to people in need.


Dolphins Dive in to Service

Le Moyne students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, family, and friends spend the morning serving as men and women for and with others, helping with tasks of greatest need off campus and on campus. Sites include local parks, community centers, and organizations which serve men, women, children, families, homeless people, hungry people, and people with disabilities.



Rescue Mission/Syracuse:  Feeding the Hungry or Homeless

Volunteer to serve dinner at the Rescue Mission on one of the Saturdays during the fall and spring semesters. Our van leaves campus at 3 p.m., and returns to campus by 5:45 p.m. We are at the Rescue Mission Dining Facility on Gifford Street in Syracuse working in kitchen and serving to people in need.



Helping the Homeless with To the Streets with Emmaus Ministry

Teams of Le Moyne students collaborate with Emmaus Ministry, a community-based group who does hands-on outreach to homeless people, helping to meet their basic needs. Each month a team from Le Moyne participates in To the Streets ventures which include preparing and serving hot meals to men at Catholic Charities Emergency Men's Shelter in Syracuse.

For more information contact Fr. Dolan dolanws@lemoyne.edu