Trevor Mooney’s Commitment to Helping Others

by Trevor Mooney

Throughout my academic career, I have maintained a passion for and commitment to helping others. As a former student of Washington State University, I used to tutor children in reading twice a week at Sunnyside Elementary School in Pullman, Washington. After transferring to the University of Delaware, from which I recently graduated with my B.S., I continued to maintain a strong dedication to the community by undertaking a variety of people-focused projects. To find out more about some of my past charitable endeavors, please read below.

Greater Newark Boys & Girls Club

As part of the Boys & Girls Club of Delaware, Greater Newark Boys & Girls Club remains committed to helping a diverse array of youth reach their full potential. Focusing specifically on Delaware’s Newark area, Greater Newark Boys & Girls Club offers a variety of options, including athletics and aquatics programs, teen and learning centers, tutoring services, and before- and after-school child care. A partner with many of the state’s school districts, Greater Newark Boys & Girls Club maintains an excellent reputation for making a significant impact on its members’ early academic careers.

Santiago de Compostella Catholic Church

Established in 1979, the Santiago de Compostella Catholic Church has become an integral part of the Lake Forest, California, community. The church provides a number of volunteer opportunities, including liturgical ministries, where individuals can serve as an altar server, lector, usher, and Eucharistic minister, among other roles. Additionally, the Santiago de Compostella Catholic Church offers faith enrichment, as well as educational and community ministries.