Division of Volunteer Efforts
The Campus Ministry Division of Volunteer Efforts is one aspect of Seton Hall University's response to the ongoing call for social justice.
Our aim is to raise the awareness of the Seton Hall University community to social injustice through direct involvement in serving others. This service stems from our desire to affirm the dignity of all people and to live as Christ taught us by putting our faith into action.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts seeks to aid Seton Hall University in its commitment to graduate not only well educated professionals, but also compassionate individuals rooted in and guided by faith and its expression in firm moral convictions.
DOVE encourages all members of the Seton Hall community, regardless of faith or service background to get involved.
DOVE Philanthropy Project
During Seton Hall Weekend (Oct. 18-20), the University’s Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) will collect much-needed toiletry items and NEW warm blankets, winter gloves, hats and scarves which will be distributed to the homeless during Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, Nov. 16-24. Learn more about the project »
DOVE: A Witness Experience
Each year, DOVE coordinates a variety of projects, trips and other initiatives that provide an opportunity for hundreds of Seton Hall students, alumni, faculty and staff to serve others. Programs range from weekly visits to a local soup kitchen to trips to orphanages and other facilities in Haiti, El Salvador and other locations around the globe. Make a gift today to support our service initiatives »