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2018 Business and Tourism day of community service

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

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When the oCaritasne and only building on the MSVU campus burned down in 1951, the people of Halifax showed tremendous support in providing locations for students to have their classroom lectures. To show their appreciation, the Sisters of Charity established Caritas Day as a day of community service. The Business and Tourism students volunteer their time on this day giving back to the community. The Mount students and faculty have an opportunity to connect with the Sisters of Charity, and to work together outside the classroom setting in a charitable event that is both beneficial personally and academically. 

2017 Annual Food Drive

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

On top of roughly 60 students and faculty who went out door to door collecting food, we had another 25 students working alongside the Sisters of Charity at Adsum House, as well as out of the Cold Shelter, Hand in Hand Shelter and the Chebucto Community Centre. It was wonderful to see such a diverse group of students engaged in giving back to our community.

Thanks everyone!

Dr. Peter Mombourquette

Caritas Day of CaringShannex Connections – Scott Daniels, Manager of Co-operative Education interviewed

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Caritas Day 2016

Caritas Day Food Drive 2016 took place January 27th. 100+ student participants and faculty volunteers collected from the community for our student Wellness Pantry.

The Power of Kindness