Saint Anselm College senior Sarah DiSarro of Johnston led a service trip to Maine. Her group served at an Emmaus Community. H.O.M.E. Students engage in building projects, serving in soup kitchens, farming and child care, while working alongside those who live in the community.
One hundred and forty Saint Anselm students participated in this year’s Spring Break Alternative trips, which are part of the college's Service and Solidarity Missions program. Groups visited Arizona, Louisiana, Costa Rica, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Maine, Mississippi and New Hampshire. Students spent time with different organizations, repairing homes, serving food, painting, cleaning and assisting the site in any way possible.
The Service and Solidarity Missions program consists of student-led service trips overseen by Campus Ministry during winter, spring and summer breaks. This year, the program will send a total of 217 students to 16 sites. Saint Anselm College is a Benedictine, Catholic, liberal arts college in Manchester, N.H.