Jesuits and their partners serve where needs are greatest. Our social ministries include inner city services for the poor, migrant assistance programs at the U.S.-Mexico border and volunteer opportunities for recent college grads to retirees.
Companions in Ignatian Service and Spirituality
San Francisco, CA
Companions in Ignatian Service & Spirituality is a program for mature women and men who desire to deepen their awareness and love of God through accompanying the poor and marginalized and engaging with fellow Companions in dialogue, prayer and reflection rooted in the spirituality of St. Ignatius Loyola.
Los Angeles, CA
The Global Homeboy Network is a group of like-minded organizations committed to impacting the lives of those in their communities.
Los Angeles, CA
Ignatians West is a program of service and spirituality offering mature adults, who are 50 years of age and over, the opportunity of serving the needs of people who are poor or marginalized, of working for a more just society, of caring for the earth and of reflecting in the Ignatian Tradition.
Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center
The Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center acts for justice in the Church and in the world. IPJC is sponsored by 17 religious communities and collaborates with Catholic, ecumenical, interfaith, and other organizations in carrying out its work.
Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative
South Gate, CA
Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative (JRJI) is a pastoral ministry of restorative justice that strives to heal broken relationships with those who are incarcerated and their families as well as victims of crime and their families through prayer, education, and advocacy.
Jesuit Volunteer EnCorps
Jesuit Volunteer EnCorps members (JVEs) are individuals, 50 and older, eager to do “encore” work for the common good.
Kino Border Initiative-USA
The Kino Border Initiative (KBI) is a binational organization that works in the area of migration and is located in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. The KBI was inaugurated in January of 2009 by six organizations from the United States and Mexico.