Students deliver food and clothing to Father Woody's Haven of Hope.

A Legacy Lives On Through Student Service

Monsignor Charles B. Woodrich, better known as "Father Woody," was one of Denver’s most beloved priests and a tireless advocate for the homeless. As a Jesuit Catholic university in which service learning is an integral part of the academic mission, we share Father Woody's dedication to the poor, to those most neglected by society and to those too often forgotten in a busy, competitive world.

Father Woody's Wheels

University students use four "Father Woody's Wheels" vans to travel to and from homeless shelters several times a week.

Father Woody's Wheels Schedule

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Father Woody's Workshop

Regis students use Father Woody's Workshop, located in the University chapel basement, to store food, make sandwiches and create holiday gifts for the poor and homeless communities.

Father Woody's Workshop Schedule

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Father Woody Project Contacts

For more information about Father Woody service projects, contact the Director of the Commitment Program, Dr. Victoria McCabe at 303.458.3572 or vmccabe@regis.edu.