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Volunteer Service & Outreach

To view and sign up for the many community service opportunities offered through the Office of Mission & Ministry, please visit the Helper Helper Portal. (Iona OneLogin required.)

"Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve." - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

As a Student Campus Minister, I co-lead Midnight Runs in NYC, and as a Spirituality Assistant I run the bi-weekly bible study on campus. At Iona, every single student has the opportunity to become a leader!

Katie Feeney

Katie Feeney ’22

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Affordable Housing

Promote affordable housing for all by helping to construct and repair homes through programs such as the Fuller Center for Housing.
Contact: Ryan Murphy,

Best Buddies

Befriend an adult who has an intellectual disability and participate in events with the Best Buddies program.
Contact: Maddy Anderson,

Children’s Rights

Learn how you can be a resource and mentor for children through programs such as the Boys and Girls Club of New Rochelle and the New Roads program.
Contact: Will Quincy,

Disability Programs

Support, coach and create relationships with children and adults with disabilities through programs like Backyard Sports and Cerebral Palsy of Westchester.
Contact: Annika Ziels,

Educational Concerns

Provide homework help and skill development for kids (grades 1-12) through programs like the Einstein and New Rochelle Public Schools.
Contact: Logan Reyes,

Environmental Programs

Help promote sustainability and build community by working with local environmental groups such as Westchester Parks Foundation and Ward Acres.
Contact: Alina Denaut,

Food Insecurity

Serve those experiencing food insecurity by volunteering with meal programs such as Hope Community Services.
Contact:  Marie Marra,

Homelessness Outreach

Share food, clothing and companionship with those experiencing homeless in New York City with evening missions through Midnight Run.
Contact: Emily Rivera, and Shakinah Silverberg,

Prison Ministries

Students create relationships and visit female inmates at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility through the Woman 2 Woman program.
Contact: Cara Donnelly,

Senior Citizen Concerns

Create relationships with local senior residents through programs like Willow Towers.
Contact: Emma Brannigan,

Contact Us

Office of Mission & Ministry

Robert V. LaPenta Student Union

(914) 637-2772 (914) 637-2772