LUCAP (Loyola University Community Action Program)

Composed of and directed by student volunteers, Loyola University Community Action Program (LUCAP) offers many great ways to become actively involved in advocacy and service projects including sharing meals with the homeless, tutoring learners of all ages, spending time with the elderly, attending protests, rebuilding the Gulf Coast, and putting on events on a variety of social justice issues.

 

LUCAP's Community Partners

 

Established

1980s

Housed In

Office of Mission & Ministry

Results

In 2012-13:

2,604 student volunteer hours

251 student participants

$50,335 in value generated for the community 

Program Areas

Focus Areas

Disaster Recovery
Education: K-12
Education: Special needs
Health: Mental
Homelessness
Hunger & Food Security
Literacy
Neighborhood Revitalization
Social Justice

Target Populations

Children
Low-income individuals and families

Target Locations

Greater New Orleans
New Orleans: Freret Corridor
New Orleans: Uptown

Loyola Participants

Students