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On Monday, September 20, the Holy Family University community came together in the Campus Center to participate in a service project with Campus Ministry to support the Blessed Sarnelli Community in Philadelphia, an organization dedicated to providing for people in need. The volunteers worked together to prepare 510 sandwiches for distribution to the homeless.
On August 3, Director of Student Conduct and Advocacy Sister Marcella Binkowski CSFN and International Student Affairs Assistant Sister Julianna Tran CSFN represented Holy Family University at the 8th Police District National Night Out event.
Holy Family University and the Frankford-Northeast Philadelphia Rotary Club teamed up for a Drive-By Collection of medical supplies that was held on the University campus on Thursday, June 17.
Holy Family University’s Social and Behavioral Sciences Association Hosts Successful Out of the Darkness Campus Walk
On April 17, Holy Family University’s Social and Behavioral Sciences Association (SBSA) hosted the Out of the Darkness Campus Walk, sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), to raise awareness of suicide and mental health issues.
As one of the Mission Core Values of Holy Family University, Service is a principle of significant importance to the University community. Recently, the University has spotlighted the service of the Holy Family University community by affixing canvases in buildings on both the Philadelphia and Newtown campuses featuring photos of students, staff, and faculty engaging in service projects.
Last year, Holy Family University doctorate student Jack Mills, M.Ed. visited One Bright Ray Community Adult High School on the campus of Strawberry Mansion High School in North Philadelphia to meet about a potential graduate research assistantship on the recommendation of School of Education faculty Janet McNellis, Ph.D., associate dean and Roger W. Gee, Ph.D., professor.
On Monday, January 18, 2021, Holy Family University continued its annual tradition of the Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday being a "Day On" for the University community with the MLK Day of Service.
Holy Family University Students Head to Spokane, WA, to Build Homes for Habitat for Humanity–and Build Character
While many collegians across the United States look forward to relaxing over spring break, students at Holy Family University are instead preparing for a week dedicated to community service.
For the 10th year in a row, Holy Family University students looking for a twist on the traditional spring break experience will travel to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to participate in a Habitat for Humanity building event.
Holy Family University will once again participate in the March for Life event, a demonstration in Washington D.C. recognizing “the more than 55 million Americans who have been lost to abortion,” according to the organizations' website.
Holy Family University's Student Government Association (SGA) not only prides themselves in providing campus unity through their student run activities and events, but they are also constantly on the lookout for outside service opportunities.
Students from Holy Family University will host students from the University of Pennsylvania for “Learn. Build. Love.” – a day-long event dedicated to Habitat for Humanity.
Thirty-two students from Holy Family University presented original handmade t-shirts to representatives from St. Christopher's Hospital for Children on Tuesday, April 9.
Students from Holy Family University’s Habitat for Humanity chapter will build and renovate houses in New Mexico during Alternative Spring Break this year March 4 through 8.