To learn more about services trips through the Franciscan Center for Social Concern, contact:
Please visit MySBU to access all the necessary forms for student participation.
Previously planned trips at St. Bonaventure University are displayed below. Click on the program link to learn more about each trip.
Operation Dignity is a movement to restore abandoned psychiatric hospital cemeteries across the country, where patients were buried in unmarked or numbered graves.
St. Francis Inn ministers with the poor and homeless of Philadelphia and tries to meet their needs of food, clothing and hospitality.
Boston Service Trip Offers Two Opportunities:
St. Anthony Shrine is known as “The Church on Arch Street,” directed by the Franciscan Friars. It offers many unique programs and services including a wellness center, the Father Mychal Judge Recovery Center, the Bread for the Poor food program and educational programs for working poor families, and senior citizens and more.
St. Francis House is a multi-service day shelter located in the heart of Boston that provides basic services including food, clothing, daytime shelter and access to medical care and rehabilitative services. Other services include legal aid, a women’s center, counseling and mental health services, job skills training and transitional and permanent housing.
Thea Bowman House has been providing quality care to some of the most vulnerable children in the Utica community for nearly 20 years.
Saint's Place provides goods, clothes and education to refugees who are escaping violence, discrimination and poverty.
The Franciscan Center for Social Concern also plans alternative Spring Break trips to a variety of locations.
Mid Term Break Poverty Awareness Trip in Washington, D.C.
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