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Volunteering
As Little Sisters of the Poor, we follow the advice of Saint Jeanne Jugan, “Making the elderly happy – that is everything!” Volunteers can play an essential role in achieving this goal, providing our Residents with the extra attention that makes all the difference in their lives.
Volunteers also provide invaluable support in many areas of our home, both in direct contact with the elderly and through indirect services.
Every day they experience the truth of Jesus words, “It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35).
If you would like to enrich your own life, and the lives of the needy elderly through volunteering, contact the home.
Individuals, families, and groups are welcome.
Association Jeanne Jugan
The Association Jeanne Jugan was established in 1998 as a contemporary response to the prophetic intuition of our foundress, Saint Jeanne Jugan. She envisioned hospitality as a humble, charitable service uniting in one family the Little Sisters, the elderly and lay collaborators who wish to serve Jesus Christ in the person of their needy brothers and sisters. The members of the Association Jeanne Jugan are the extension of our hands and hearts.

Since its approval by the Vatican, over 2,000 women and men around the world have joined the Association.  They are from all walks of life, staff members and faithful volunteers who feel drawn to the person of Saint Jeanne Jugan, wish to share in our spirituality and to participate in our mission of hospitality to the needy elderly in a committed, ongoing way.

Catholic women and men at least 18 years of age who are interested in joining the Association participate in a yearlong program of formation.

Membership is formalized by an annual promise, which the Association members renew together on May 1st, the feast of St. Joseph the Worker.

Members of the Association participate in our apostolate in many ways, each according to his or her talents, interests and family/professional obligations.
To find out how you can join the Association Jeanne Jugan, contact us in Enugu.

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Youth Involvement
Young people are welcome individually or in groups, on a long-term or short-term basis, to entertain the Residents, animate a dance, or perform a variety of services.
Be Part Of Our Family
As Little Sisters of the Poor we follow the advice of Saint Jeanne Jugan, “Making the elderly happy – that is everything!” Volunteers can play an essential role in achieving this goal, providing our Residents with the extra attention that makes all the difference in their lives.