Where Tau Volunteers Serve

Notre Dame Schools

Notre Dame Schools of Milwaukee are first class Catholic schools, primary and middle school, serving on the south side of Milwaukee in the heart of our Hispanic community. They provide a unique learning environment empowering at risk children to break through socio-economic obstacles. The schools are dedicated to advancing the educational, spiritual, and overall well-being of Latino children through small class sizes, dedicated teachers, and leadership.

Tau Volunteers have been instrumental in providing support to teachers, administration, and parents – working one on one with students, preparing class projects, and assisting with activities.


Nativity Jesuit Academy

Mission Statement: Educating Youth for a Life of Christian Leadership and Service

Nativity Jesuit Academy is a Catholic, Jesuit urban school serving young men and women. The school prepares students, in partnership with their families, for Christian leadership and service in high school, college, and life.

The school’s values are: love, kindness, intellectual excellence, justice and growth.

Tau Volunteers have been a critical part of assisting the school and students to live the mission and values. Tau Volunteers have served as teacher and administrative aids, religion teachers, and models of solid Christian values.


Capuchin Community Services (CCS) 

Inspired by the gospel of Jesus and the example of Francis of Assisi, CCS together with partners in ministry, build sister/brotherhood in the world. The many ministries of CCS attend simply and directly to the spiritual and daily basic needs of the disenfranchised in our community, promoting justice for all.

Tau Volunteers may serve in several of CCS ministries, such as: daily meal site, clothing bank, advocacy, legal and health clinics, and spiritual nourishment.


Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist Open Door Café and Outreach Services

The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist is a welcoming community committed to growing together as disciples of Jesus Christ. We serve as a beacon of faith…and an advocate for people who are poor and marginalized. Our Open Door Café serves lunch to our neighbors who are struggling with homelessness and related challenges. We believe in a God of goodness without limits, who pours out love and who opens doors of care and opportunity all the time.Tau Volunteers assist with the operations of the café and reach out to guests by offering a listening and friendly heart. Guests are provided with information on community resources, and Tau Volunteers help to coordinate connecting with those resources.

Voces de la Frontera – Sanctuary Movement 

Voces de la Frontera is the leading organization for the rights of immigrants in Wisconsin. The work supports low-income immigrant workers through legal clinics, know your rights workshops, ESL and citizenship classes. Voces de la Frontera is committed to assist and organize community resources for the benefit of the humane treatment of immigrants in the United States. The Sanctuary Movement is the faith-based component of Voces de la Frontera dedicated to educate and engage allies in faith community of Milwaukee to reach out to families dealing with immigration and deportation issues.

Tau Volunteers assist with intake of new clients, registration for know your rights classes, educating and planning informational sessions at faith communities. VOLUNTEERS MUST SPEAK SPANISH.


School Sisters of St. Francis – St. Joseph and Sacred Heart Convents

Our convents for retired sisters offer a full spectrum of care and activities based on our sister’s interests and abilities. There are many opportunities to deepen and enrich sister’s lives, spirituality, and on-going interest in the world at large.

Tau Volunteers have the opportunity to assist with planning activities, help staff with daily needs, and provide companionship. Tau Volunteers with appropriate education and/or training may be allowed to assist with pastoral or personal care.