Community Service and Action

Click each co-curricular program for more information.
For more information on the Center for Community Service and Action, click HERE.
Hunger Week is a decades-long tradition at Loyola of raising funds and awareness in the global fight against hunger.Contact for more information.
Loyola4Chicago (L4C) gathers groups of students for weekly service at a dedicated site. Team building and reflection support your experience in encountering various social issues in Chicago. Contact for more information.
Jumpstart is a national early education organization preparing children to succeed in school through language and literacy development. Jumpstart recruits and trains college students to deliver supplemental preschool programs in low-income neighborhoods. Jumpstart prepares all children for success to close the achievement gap and offer opportunity to all. Contact Adam Serafin ( for more information.
Twice a week, Community Service and Action offers opportunities for students to volunteer at the St. Thomas of Canterbury Soup Kitchen. These groups meet on campus Tuesdays and Fridays and go together to the kitchen. These opportunities offer students the chance to build community with other students as well as those they serve. To sign up, follow the link above and complete the online registration form.