Our Volunteers

Molly Sanford
hales from Hickory, North Carolina but has lived in numerous cities and towns including Asheville, NC, Chicago and Boone, NC since then. Molly pursued a degree in Psychology and minored in sociology at the University of North Carolina Asheville and graduated in 2012. Since then, Molly completed a year of volunteer service at Franciscan Outreach in Chicago working at a soup kitchen full-time and living in community with 12 other young adults. Molly had the opportunity to cultivate her passion for food justice from urban farming, teaching a cooking and gardening class for second and third graders at a social justice school in Chicago, working at Whole Foods, to the experience derived from the soup kitchen. This led Molly to seek a master's program at Wayne State in business and industry anthropology to hopefully help alleviate food issues through the means of corporate social responsibility, where she will begin part-time in the Fall. Simultaneously, Molly's heart, after being separated from intentional community life/social justice life since leaving Chicago, is excited to harvest strong bonds with the other house members and the guests of St. Christine Christian Services and overall Christ the King Parish community. On a less serious note, Molly loves singing/playing ukulele​, laughing, cooking/baking, reading, playing board games and riding her road bike in her free time!

Kyle VanOverbeke
is from a small town in central Minnesota. He graduated from St. Cloud State University in 2016 with a degree in Elementary Education, completing part of his student teaching experience at an inner-city school in Houston, Texas. He truly enjoys building relationships with the students he works with, striving to empower them to succeed both in and beyond the classroom. At CKSC, he will teach 4th grade at Christ the King School, where his goal for the year is to, through service and community, grow closer to Jesus, our Lord and Savior.




Molly Fox
was born and raised in Redford, Michigan but spent the last six years studying, writing, and teaching at Northern Michigan university in Marquette, where she received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English and Creative Writing. She is excited to be back downstate, though she does miss living within walking distance of Lake Superior. Molly’s interests include writing, reading, riding her decrepit Schwinn, CrossFit, running and watching dumb TV shows. Molly is excited to work with the Head Start program at Wayne Metro Community Action Agency.




Edgar Vidales
emigrated from Guadalajara Mexico at four years old with his parents and younger brother, baby brother to be born later. He has resided in the sunny state of Florida in the greater Tampa Bay area going on 26 years. Edgar will have a bachelor in Criminology and a minor in Spanish and Latino Studies from the University of South Florida come this August 6th. Edgar has been involved in youth ministry for over 6 years now and is currently teaching beginners Spanish to elementary and middle school children in foster care. Edgar has been a Eucharistic minister to the ill and infirmed at Clearwater Mease Hospital and has served as an English/Spanish translator at the Clínica Guadalupana free clinic. Edgar has a great desire to serve and a yearning for justice, upon completion of his service year Edgar intends to attend law school and focus on social justice advocacy. Edgar loves to learn as he has general knowledge about most subjects; he does relax by reading nonacademic literature, gardening, exercising (mostly running and jogging), traditional art media and is dabbling with digital art (has recently acquired a drawing tablet), poetry and short story writing also help him unwind. Edgar will be at Community & Home Supports Inc. doing a mix of some social work and homeless ministry.

Jo Herlihy
was born in Spring Hill, Florida, but has lived in Mahopac, New York and Shelton Connecticut. Jo went to high school at Fairfield Prep which is an all boys Jesuit high school. The Catholic education did not stop there and continued when Jo enrolled at The Catholic University of America in DC. He played football at Catholic all four years, participated in Campus ministry mission trips and social work programs. He graduated with degree in social work just a few months ago and is ready to become a real live adult. Jo’s social work background includes being an intern at the Fishing School, which is an after school program and working at the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project on the development side of the non profit. Playtime caters to children and teens located at homeless shelters throughout DC, Jo’s social work background has prepared him to do great work at Covenant House where he will be this fall. Jo has also been on and led to mission trips to Jamaica which has also gave him a little more experience in the social work field. For fun, Jo likes to watch horrible Tampa sports teams like the Bucs and the Rays. On top of this, Jo likes to play video games and use his years of working in restaurants to act like he knows about food and beer.