Loyola students ‘on the prowl’ to help

Hundreds of alumni and students of Loyola University New Orleans  participate each year in Loyola’s National Day of Community Service, Wolves on the Prowl.

Planned and led by Loyola’s Office of Alumni Engagement, Mission and Ministry, and the Student Government Association, Wolves on the Prowl pairs volunteers from the Loyola community with programs throughout the country that need help.

In New Orleans, volunteers  spruced up the playground at KIPP Central City Primary School on Thalia Street.

Wolves on the Prowl’s volunteer efforts extended beyond New Orleans. Other projects included:

  • New York City: Registered families to receive Thanksgiving turkeys and toys.
  • Atlanta: Cleaned and beautified Chastain Park Conservancy.
  • Austin, Texas: Assisted with check-in and hospitality at the Texas Book Festival.
  • Chicago: Repacked food at the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
  • Denver: Assisted with dinner at Samaritan House, an extended-stay homeless shelter.
  • Houston: Beautified Cristo Rey Jesuit School.
  • Orlando: Served lunch at  the Orlando Rescue Mission.
  • Dallas: Volunteered at the North Texas Food Bank.
  • Los Angeles: Participated in a walk to end homelessness.
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