Volunteering with the Companions in Oxford
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SummaryWe’re always looking for students and young adults to support our student-led volunteer force here in Oxford.
We primarily work with the homeless people of our city, seeking to alleviate their loneliness and provide them with food and clothing through a range of projects, and also partner with local care homes to facilitate connections between the residents and young people.
If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer here in Oxford, let us know!
About Companions of the Order of Malta | Universities
We aim to achieve our mission by, amongst other activities, working with the homeless and poor, volunteering in the Order’s care homes around the country, helping the elderly and disabled (especially on pilgrimages), through religious services and prayer, as well as by our support for overseas initiatives like the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem and other projects.
The four universities’ branches of the CoM in Aberdeen, Cambridge, Oxford and Bristol are volunteer forces mostly comprised of students and young adults who offer their time and energy to serve the poor and the marginalized, according to the charism and traditions of the Order of Malta.