A living legacy of service
Father Woody’s Service Programs have provided community service opportunities for generations of students to honor the late Monsignor Charles B. Woodrich, a beloved Denver priest who was a tireless advocate for the poor, homeless and forgotten. Inspired by the Jesuit tradition of service, students play a significant role in serving some of the most underserved individuals in our community.
Over the years, Father Woody’s Service Programs has provided thousands of Regis students with a broad set of service opportunities like street walks delivering food to the homeless, tutoring at inner-city Catholic schools, bringing donations to local charities and serving meals to the elderly and in need.
Learn more about how Regis students are using their gifts and talents to contribute and engage with the community through the Father Woody’s Program.