Hounds for Humanity is a volunteer senior student outreach group whose mission is to go "above and beyond" the required works of mercy. Each Notre Dame student from Grade 9 through 12 is required to do 10 hours of Works of Mercy for their Christian Ethics class. The "H4H" students volunteer to do the little extras. The group has chosen to focus itself on trying to fulfil Blessed Mother Teresa's wisdom of doing, "small things with great love". The group does not have political aims and simply tries to help out human beings who are suffering and are in need of some help.
Some of the Activities H4H is Annually Involved in
Operation Christmas Child
Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan's Purse that spreads joy, hope and the Gospel of Jesus Christ to disadvantaged children worldwide.
Christmas hampers. Through cooperation with the dorms, H4H initiates the collection of food items. The food items go to various places of need in Regina and the local community.
Staff-Student Hockey Game
Staff-Student hockey game. Monetary proceeds go to support Notre Dame's foster child. Our current foster child is Shernell Sario from the Philippines.