Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry

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  • In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and vision, our community decided to participate in a documentary and dialogue discussing the impact of systemic inequity in society. The film, “Cracking the Codes”, illuminated many ways that past and present … Continue reading

  •   This year, spending Thanksgiving in Baltimore, there was much to be grateful for. The opportunity to come together as a community and celebrate in a warm, loving, and safe environment is a privilege not extended to all the families … Continue reading

  •   Dear Future Bon Secours Ministry Volunteers, We are so excited for you all and your coming year with BSVM; get ready for an amazing year full of growth and change! We wanted to take the opportunity to address the … Continue reading

  • After my year of service with Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry, I moved to Atlanta where I studied Public Health at Emory College. After graduating from Emory with my Masters in Public Health, I accepted a position at a Population Health Management Technology company.  … Continue reading

  • For many of our Volunteers their community members turn into family members. Eugene Kim, a past Volunteer during 2012-2013 wrote the following on his experience living in community: “Once I started college, I found a new family of sorts in … Continue reading

  • Cultivating Community
    March 12, 2015

    A year as a Bon Secours Volunteer includes living in an intentional community, making a conscious effort to be present to community members and their needs. Communal living provides our Volunteers a means to support each other in a new … Continue reading

  • The number one question that we receive is: What does the life of a Bon Secours Volunteer entail? Our blog page will feature what a typical day or week looks like for a volunteer participating in Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry, … Continue reading