Civic Charity

Civic Charity-/’sɪvɪk/-/’tʃærətɪ/:the entry level on the Civic Engagement Framework wherein individuals are either volunteers or servers. Volunteers help in some general way on a public issue. Servers use individual specialized skills to occasionally assist on a public issue.

Students at Maryville can engage in Civic Charity through a number of activities located on and off campus through:

Maryville Reaches Out– Maryville Reaches Out is an annual event, a day when all students, faculty, staff and alumni are encouraged to share their time and talent in community service. Participants engage in a wide variety of service opportunities in and around the St. Louis community and beyond.

Service Fair– Maryville’s annual Service Fair is an opportunity for agencies to showcase their service opportunities on the Maryville University campus.

Make A Difference Weekend– The Office of Service and Spiritual Life and the Community Service Club invite students, faculty and staff to participate in a variety of community service projects that benefit nonprofit organizations in the greater St. Louis area.

St. Louis Holocaust Museum– Volunteers are needed to teach the history and lessons of the Holocaust. The HMLC is looking for volunteers to serve as docents.

Volunteer Match– Over 100,000 non-profits around the world need help- find the opportunity that matches you.