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Service and Social Action Clubs

Students performing service

Get involved in a service club or two!

Campus Ministry’s Center for Social Concern currently sponsors over 30 different student-run service and social action clubs. Each club is involved in a different type of direct service to the community or involved in advocacy work. Some clubs work directly with people like at-risk youth, senior citizens, or people with disabilities. Other clubs do more hands-on work like building decent, affordable housing with low-income families or clearing trails for nature hikes. Some do important fund-raising work for local, national and international agencies. Others raise awareness about important justice issues and advocate on behalf of the poor or vulnerable in our society.

Also, if you are interested in learning about opportunities to put your faith into action through community engagement and social justice advocacy opportunities, sign up to receive our weekly Ways to Engage Newsletter!  Sent out every Tuesday, Ways to Engage will provide you with a list of timely opportunities to get involved in your local Dayton community.  Subscribe.

CSC Support for Clubs

The Center for Social Concern provides leadership development, networking opportunities, and financial assistance to all of our service clubs. Each club that needs more help for their service can apply for mini-grants.

Mini-grant Application


Campus Ministry's Center for Social Concern

Liberty Hall
300 College Park Ave.
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0408
CSC Website