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Campus Ministry Promotes Service

This September, seniors donated 70 backpacks and lunchboxes to Hour Children. Hour Children supports women and their families during and after incarceration. Tarik Lajoie ’23 shared that this was an “opportunity to live the Marist pillars of love of work and family spirit.” 

Molloy recently welcomed members of Urban Park Rangers for a discussion about “Building Communities through Urban Sustainability,” an ecological project through NYC Parks. Students who apply and are accepted by this unique service project will delve deeper into conversations about eco justice and the environmental issues that face New York City. Volunteers will “learn about nature, bring positive change to the community, and help preserve the environment.” Thank you to Urban Park Rangers for opening this opportunity to Stanners, and to Campus Ministry for arranging the visit. This is just one of the many service opportunities being highlighted by Campus Ministry. Students interested in exploring other volunteer opportunities should visit room 334 for more information.

Back in March, Molloy students collected backpacks and school supplies to be donated to children in need in the Dominican Republic. Molloy recently received photos from the DR where the donations were recently distributed. “This is the fruit of our Lenten Work. These drives make a difference,” said Ms. Lori Wilson, Director of Campus Ministry & Marist Mission.