In 2021, FST Students participated in service learning projects inspired by common read author, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, "What the Eyes Don't See". Students worked with their Molloy peer mentors as they partnered with the Grassroots Environment Educational organization on environmental advocacy issues and ways to get involved in their own communities with suggestions on Service-learning projects and letter writing campaigns.
In the spring of 2017, freshmen joined upper classmen at Boxtown, sleeping out on the campus green to support Bethany House, a Nassau County shelter for women and children.
The class of 2020 worked to protect our environment, helping out at Homecoming Farm, an organic farm sponsored by the Amityville Sisters of St. Dominic, and distributing reusable water bottles and shopping bags on campus.
Members of the class of 2018 doing one amazing thing: they are pictured raising money for the Big Laurel Learning Center, a community-based education center in southern West Virginia, which is in the Appalachian region:
Members of the Class of 2017 made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the Mary Brennan Inn, which serves meals to the hungry in our community.
The Class of 2016 raised funds during Freshmen Service Week, September 24-27, 2012. Members of the FST classes - The College Experience - sold cookies, candy grams and raffle tickets, held a sponsored walk and conducted lawn games to raise funds for Friar Suppliers, a Franciscan charity that operates a clinic and a school in Haiti.