The Lasallian Volunteers Office (LVO) designs, implements, monitors, and sustains a community of Lasallian Lay Missionary Volunteers who, in their search for meaning, live in community in an assigned mission area with the aim of contributing to social transformation through education.
The unit handles the Lasallian Volunteer Program (LSVP) which aims to provide an accessible and quality Lasallian education to the poorest communities in the country.
Founded in 1994, LSVP is an avenue for young Lasallians where they can share their skills and talents through the ministry of education. Volunteers commit at least a year of their lives in Faith, Service and Communion in Mission in one of our partner communities.
Our partner communities:
- Kaakibat Community (Bagac, Bataan)
- Alayon Community (Langilanon, Ilican)
- Kaupod Community (St. Anthony Academy, Samar)
- LSU Deaf School (Ozamis City)
The unit usually handles the following programs:
- Orientation Seminar (ORSEM) for incoming Lasallian Volunteers (May)
- Mid-year Retreat and Evaluation (November)
- Year-end Retreat and Outing (April)
- Mentorship and Accompaniment of Volunteers
- Recruitment of Volunteers (Year-round)
- Exposure Activities (Regional)
- Short term Volunteer Opportunities