Virtual Service Fair

Our faith is lived out through serving God, living Catholic ideals, and demonstrating compassion for humankind. STM empowers you to explore your spiritual path through service. Now more than ever we are called to address the need amplified by the pandemic. Sign-up to volunteer and help local organizations making a difference in New Haven.



Project Longevity volunteers work in a community garden in the West River neighborhood of New Haven. The Little Red Hen garden provides free fresh fruits and vegetables to those who cannot afford them. Come, serve, and support the neighborhood.



Saint Martin de Porres Academy: Each year, underprivileged youth from the New Haven community need tutors to help them in all subjects from English to math to science. Student volunteer tutors help these children develop stronger academic skills, better concentration, more confidence, and stronger study skills.



Sayda & Peyton

Matriculate is a non-profit organization that strives to help thousands of incredibly talented and high-achieving, low-income high school students who miss the chance to attend some of the top colleges simply because they do not apply.




STM Soup Kitchen: Each week, STM’s Wednesday Soup Kitchen serves lunch to hundreds of guests from the dining hall of the Thomas E. Golden Jr. Center on Park Street. Students are invited to join with community members to prepare, serve and welcome our soup kitchen guests.



Sunrise Cafe has been serving breakfast without charge to New Haven’s homeless and hungry since 2015. Each weekday morning, the Cafe welcomes guests to the undercroft of St. Paul and St. James, near Wooster Square and three blocks south of the New Haven Green with white tablecloths, flowers and a rotating menu of fresh, warm, nutritious home-cooked food.




IRIS is a government and privately funded non-profit helping refugees and other displaced people establish new lives, regain hope, and contribute to the vitality of Connecticut’s communities.



Located in the Hill neighborhood of New Haven, Luz and Mark Colville's home is open as a house of hospitality offering sustenance and companionship. The Catholic Worker House seeks to be a haven and a public nonviolent witness in the Hill neighborhood -- blurring the distinction between the people serving and those being served.



Flyte Scholastics

Flyte connects students from the Yale community with New Haven middle and high school students. Through SAT/ACT, SSAT, and subject tutoring, volunteers help create strong educational partnerships with the students they serve.


Catholic Relief Services

As the world continues to combat COVID-19, Catholic Relief Services is responding in the world’s most vulnerable communities—distributing soap and hygiene kits, and sharing prevention messages that help minimize risk. Your support can help stop misinformation and ensure access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation to prevent the spread of the virus.