Community Service Programs at the Foley Center

The Foley Center coordinates the service work of more than 400 Spring Hill College students through our partnerships with nearly 50 nonprofit organizations to provide 27,000+ service hours each year. Students work with healthcare providers, special needs organizations, elderly care facilities, education programs for both children and adults, and many other programs that provide for the needs of the underserved and marginalized in the Mobile community.

Brandon Myers, a junior majoring in mass communications, had his own experience with being tutored while in high school in New Orleans and now passes that along to students in Mobile.

One-on-one community service sustained over a semester or a year fosters transformative relationships between our students and the community. The Foley Center is thus a key way that Spring Hill College fulfills its promise to form our students into leaders in learning, faith, justice, and service for life.

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