Service

The St. Mary's Ryken Xaverian Service Program encourages every student to offer their time and their talents to people or non-profit organizations who are in need of assistance. To fulfill our call as Christians, the program urges students to accept and reach out to those who may be less fortunate.

Click here to download the service requirement description.

Freshmen are required to complete 10 hours of service while Sophomores are required 15 hours. Juniors and seniors are required to complete 40 hours over these two years. The graduation requirement is 65 hours of service.

Each student at St. Mary's Ryken is strongly encouraged to fall in love with the service of God by exceeding the minimum required hours.

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NEW! Starting this academic year, all service hour documentation is submitted online by each student to be verified by Campus Ministry. Details have been emailed to parents, and all students will receive training on using the online submission service. Click here to download the instructions, and click here to register. See either Mrs. Allen or Mr. Shea if you have any questions.

Hospice Of St. Mary's

Various duties: answering the door/phones, office work, etc. Also looking for students who can play the piano, or any instrument, who would like to play for the patients and families.

Various events need volunteers occur throughout the year.

Website: http://www.hospiceofstmarys.org/

Contact: Katy Crowell

301-994-3075 or Mary_Crowell@smhwecare.com

Society of St. Vincent de Paul at St. Peter’s Church in Waldorf

Food Pantry is in need of volunteers. Great oportunity for freshman. Various other service opportunities available on the Church's website.

Contact: Tom Brett tombrett@comcast.net

Heavenly Presents, Leonardtown

A non-profit, volunteer-operated store on the square in Leonardtown that sells religious items and books. They are in need of students to do data entry. Contact: Pat Copsey 301-475-9770

ACTS (A Community That Cares)

Founded in 1993, ACTS provides home convalescent equipment to residents of St. Mary's County. They are in constant need of students to help with various tasks.

Contact: Sam Brown 301-769-3027

FLOW Mentoring

St. Mary's County Public Schools are looking for mentors. See your counselor for more details.

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