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Service Programs And Volunteer Opportunities

Service of others, especially the needy, is not optional for Christians. It is a mandate found in scripture and in Church teachings. We were each created out of love; thus we are called to respond to all we meet with a return of love. The STMC Service Program is designed to give students an opportunity to put into practice the values of Christian charity, compassion and understanding, we are presenting in Religion classes. This program will allow students to experience Christianity in a dynamic way by actively participating in a wide variety of community service opportunities. Since many students already practice these values in their everyday lives, this component is not a serious obstacle.

Missions And Outreach

Ourvision at St. Thomas More Collegiate is for every Knight to optimize their potential, serve others and create a just and caring world. Our mission and outreach programs help to give students an opportunity to help the less fortunate in the world through charity and service. A worldwide tradition in Christian Brothers’ Schools is the collection of money for our foreign missions.

  • 2019 Peru
  • 2017 Peru
  • 2015 Peru
  • 2014 Bonita Springs, Florida
  • 2013 Peru
  • 2011 Peru
  • 2009 Kenya, Tanzania
  • 2009 New Orleans
  • 2008 Peru
  • 2007 Kenya/Tanzania
  • 2007 Peru
  • 2006 Kenya/Tanzania
  • 2004 Peru
  • 2002 Dominica

Student Local Outreach Programs

Various outreach opportunities are provided for staff and students to serve at local soup kitchens in and around our community.

  • The Door is Open (Vancouver)
  • Union Gospel Mission (New Westminster)
  • Salvation Army (New Westminster)
  • St. Barnabas (New Westminster)
  • Progressive Housing Committee (Burnaby)
  • Holy Trinity Cathedral (New Westminster)
  • New Westminster Plant-a-Row Grow-a-Row Program

Volunteer Opportunities

In addition to our Student Local Outreach Programs, there are a number of organizations which share STMC’s values who could benefit from the assistance of student volunteers.  All Volunteer Opportunities are posted on the bulletin board outside the Library. Students are encouraged to check out the bulletin board regularly and be inspired to find their passion.

  • 12th Avenue Breakfast Program
  • Alpha Program student leaders
  • Burnaby Progressive Housing
  • Canada Scores Soccer/Poetry Program
  • Exchange Student volunteers
  • Good Shepherd Ministry in the Downtown Eastside
  • Holy Trinity Breakfast Program
  • Open House tour guides
  • Toys for Kids toy drive

For information and more opportunities, please contact:

Mr. David Mattiazzo
Director of Campus Ministry
604-521-1801 ext. 2119
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