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LUCAP

Loyola University Community Action Program

LUCAP, the Loyola University Community Action Program, is a student-initiated, student-led volunteer service and advocacy organization. LUCAP is open to all students, offering them opportunities for direct service; reflection on larger, related social justice issues; and advocacy and organizing through its many projects in areas such as rebuilding, hunger and homelessness, tutoring and mentoring, and environmentalism.

OUR GOALS:

  • Connect students with volunteer opportunities in the local community.
  • Promote civic engagement & social justice awareness on campus.

WANT TO GET INVOLVED?

  • Join our executive board team.
  • Start your own project.
  • Plan a social justice event on campus.
  • Follow us on Facebook.

Contact us at lucap@loyno.edu, or come visit the LUCAP office in the lower level of the Danna Student Center!

LUCAP Projects

Hunger Relief visits Crescent City Cafe, serving food with dignity to New Orleans' homeless population, connecting with service to the community, and bringing awareness to the issue of homelessness.

Students Against Hyper-Incarceration (SAHI) is a Loyola organization to raise awareness of America’s mass incarceration system as the new “Jim Crow,” in which people of color are targeted and victimized based upon race, and forced into the bottom of a caste system for the financial benefit of the “protectors” of the system. 

People for Animal Welfare and Service (PAWS) strives to bring a concern for animals to campus while providing assistance to animal rescue and welfare organizations in the New Orleans community.

Habitat for Humanity partners with Habitat’s New Orleans chapter to build affordable housing and to raise consciousness about rebuilding efforts.

To sign up for any project or to receive our weekly announcements, contact lucap@loyno.edu or find us on Facebook.

Meet Our Leadership Team

Tyler Sanchez, President

Tyler Sanchez
"What makes LUCAP special to me is all the people we can reach through our civic and social engagement."

Tyler is a junior majoring in political science with a minor in mass communications and sociology. 

Carrie Elizabeth Smith, Secretary-Treasurer

Carrie Elizabeth Smith
"Being involved in a service organization on a collegiate level has quite literally had a positive impact on my mental health. I love serving my community and doing so with friends which makes LUCAP special to me."

Carrie Elizabeth is a junior majoring in finance and marketing.

 

Asia Hentkowski, Project Leader
Habitat for Humanity

Asia Hentkowski
"It's wonderful to have a community of people who have the same like minded ideals of what service should look like and how to effectively reach the needs of those within the New Orleans area."

Asia is a junior majoring in political science with minors in mass communications and English writing.

 

Sasha Solano-McDaniel, Project Leader
Hunger Relief

Sasha Solano-McDaniel
"LUCAP is special to me because I have the opportunity to be involved with and make a positive impact on the New Orleans community."

Sasha is a senior majoring in sociology and Latin American studies.

 

Andi Robinson, Project Leader
People for Animal Welfare and Service

Andi Robinson
"I love LUCAP’s commitment to the community and striving to make our world a better place for all."

Andi is a senior majoring in mass communications with a concentration in public relations. She is also working on minors in political science and history.

 

Sabah Bashi, Project Leader
Students Against Hyper-Incarceration 

Sabah Bashi
"The dedication to making any difference that we can is what brought me to LUCAP. I appreciate being able to do work that has a real affect on people."

Sabah is a junior majoring in sociology with minors in Latin American studies and political science.

 

Jade Myers, Communications Director

Jade Myers
"LUCAP is special to me because it is an organization dedicated to serving the New Orleans community, and helping the world become a more just society."

Jade is a senior mass communications major with a concentration in journalism. Jade is also minoring in political science.

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