The Young Adults in the City(YAIC)
program sponsors volunteer events around the diocese. We aim to match
the energy and talents of young adults (ages 18+) with many of the most
vulnerable people in the city of Cleveland and beyond. All young adults are
welcome to join us for one or many events. You can repack food at
the Cleveland Foodbank on Cleveland’s East Side,
sort medical supplies for redistribution around the world,
or weed and plant at St. Thomas
Aquinas School, all helping individuals and families in need.Many have found Young Adults in the City so enjoyable and enriching that
they’ve returned again and again. Opportunities are limited to 20 people, so
Adults in their 20’s and 30’s are invited to volunteer in the food
distribution program at St Aloysius Parish (St. Clair Ave.).
Join us for a fast-paced morning re-packaging large-quantity items
and sorting and boxing for pick-up that morning.
Saturday, September28, ●10:00 a.m. – 1:00
p.m. ● Nativity Manor,
Lorain - Young
Adults (in their 20s and 30s) are invited to volunteer at the campus
of a Catholic Charities Housing site. Volunteer for some yard work
or interior cleaning. The location is Nativity Manor, a senior
housing complex in Lorain. Meet other caring young adults from
around the area and spend a few hours providing
TLC for this facility.
for any of these opportunities or learn more, please call Laura Whitkofski (home
216-228-9516) or e-mail to
The office provides
parishes, colleges and young adult organizations with
training and resources to get started and keep going in
effective ministry with young adults.
Click below or contact our office for details!
We recognize and celebrate the vital
role women and men in their 20s and 30s, single and married, play in the church and the
wider community. We connect young adults with Jesus Christ, with the church and its
mission, and with other young adults through:
Training and resources to those who
minister with young adults in parishes, young adult organizations, and other institutions;