In February, in celebration of Valentine’s Day, students supported two fundraisers benefiting homeless elderly women in Queens. The first fundraiser was a dress down day, which encouraged students to make a donation to earn the dress down day. The second fundraiser took the form of lolligram sales. Students raised money by purchasing and gifting lolligrams, lollipops accompanied by special messages. Through these fundraisers, Molloy students raised over $4,000 for Thomas Berry Place, which serves elderly homeless women by providing housing at the Bishop Molloy Retreat House in Jamaica, Queens. Pictured: Director of Campus Ministry Ms. Lori Wilson and Director of Student Activities Ms. Liz Murdocca present a check to Provincial of the Passionists Fr. James O’Shea and Thomas Berry Place staff.