Rams Participate in Habitat for Humanity Build

This weekend, Campus Ministry sponsored a service project with Habitat for Humanity.

This past weekend, a group of Fordham students participated in the Habitat for Humanity Build for Unity in Brooklyn, NY sponsored by the Pedro Arrupe Faith and Service Community. Despite rainy conditions, the students worked on Dean Street condominiums that will later be occupied by local families.

This service project was the second of two annual Habitat builds that Fordham Campus Ministry and Pedro Arrupe sponsor each year. Project participants are invited to reflect on their experience during the season of Lent, as we seek to strengthen our relationship with God through service. Throughout the season, Campus Ministry has hosted a variety of programs that highlight the importance of service and the dignity of all of God’s people.

Habitat for Humanity: First Annual Interfaith Build for Unity

Saturday, March 25th or Sunday, March 26th, 8:00 AM-5:30 PM – Habitat NYC, Brooklyn
An interfaith build to bring together people of all colors, creeds, and communities to build homes for local families in need. Vans will leave the Rose Hill campus at 8:00 AM and return at 5:30 PM. If you can commit to volunteer on one of these dates, please register with the link below.  Spaces are very limited, and we have committed to bringing one full van of volunteers each day.
For more information and to register, click here