Launching SNJM’s volunteer awareness campaign

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Longueuil, February 8, 2016 – The Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (SNJM) are enthusiastically launching 2016 with an awareness building campaign promoting opportunities for volunteering with the community.

The objective of the campaign is to facilitate the recruitment of volunteers for six organizations that are connected with the Sisters or SNJM Associates. These organizations serve people on the margins of society. In all, the community hopes to fill 8 positions in four countries.The positions are:

  1. Outreach Volunteer (Centro Social Madre Maria Rosa, Brazil)
  2. Early Learning Assistant (Heritage University, United States)
  3. Cultural Facilitator (Marie-Rose Children’s House, Canada)
  4. Outreach Volunteer (Centro « Maria-Rosa » – Perú, Peru)
  5. Research and Resource Assistant (IPJC, United States)
  6. Kitchen Assistant (Heritage University, United States)
  7. Studio Assistant (Artbeat Studio, Canada)
  8. Library Assistant (Heritage University, United States)

These postings are part of SNJM’s Solidarity Projects, an exciting program offering opportunities to build a better world. Background information on one of these positions will be featured monthly on our Facebook campaign page.

Join in, “like”, share and promote the campaign

What can you do? Become an active part of this campaign by spreading the word. Help link the right volunteer to the right position. Go to the Facebook campaign page and click the “Like” button. Quick, easy and the most effective way you can keep the SNJM Charism alive! Let’s make it happen! Here is a link to the solidarity projects Facebook page:

About the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary

The Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (SNJM) is an international community of Catholic women religious. In their mission, the SNJMs act with the cooperation of associates, lay consecrated persons, volunteers, colleagues and friends. Founded in 1843 in Longueuil, QC, Canada, the congregation carries out its mission of education on three continents. Visit