• Social Justice Initiatives

    Our mission is to use service and reflection to investigate questions of justice and community. These programs are designed to provide students with an opportunity to lead, learn and serve throughout the year.  Each program is led and coordinated by student leaders and the Coordinator of Social Justice Initiative and the Hamline to Hamline Collaboration, Margot Howard. 

    Upcoming Events

    Tie-Blanket Making Night
    Tuesday, December 3rd
    Anderson Center 111

    Come help us celebrate the end of our successful Blanket Drive by making even more blankets to donate to the Dorothy Day Center! We will provide fleece for the event, all you have to do is cut, tie, and have a good time! During the event we will be showing a documentary about issues surrounding homelessness. We will also have an opportunity to hear from a representative from the Dorothy Day Center. Bring your friends! 

     Knit Witz, STLF, Circle K, Habitat for Humanity

    If you have any questions, contact hamlinecatalyst@gmail.com 

    Relief for the Philippines Donation Drive 
    The Wesley Center's Catalyst Programs is raising money for typhoon relief in the Philippines. All the funds collected will be donated to the United Nations World Food Programme. Look for us selling buttons on the 1st floor of the Anderson Center in the coming days and weeks. Or stop by the Wesley Center (ANDC 318). This is a pay-what-you-can fundraiser. (Minimum donation: $1, Recommended donation: $5)

    For more information about Social Justice Initiatives, please contact Margot Howard at mhoward03@hamline.edu or by phone at 651-895-0715.

  • Wesley Center - Spirituality, Service, Social Justice
  • Wesley Center News

    On Thursday, April 16 two Hamline students, a Hamline faculty member, and a Hamline community partner were recognized at a special awards ceremony and luncheon during Minnesota Campus Compact's Annual Summit and Awards Ceremony.

    The McVay Youth Partnership is looking for Hamline students to serve as mentors and role models with urban middle and high school youth in their after-school program.

    See what Hamline students are up to on their 2015 Catalyst Alternative Spring Break Trips as they blog about their experiences in Ferguson, Chicago, Milwaukee, San Francisco, New Orleans, and Washington D.C.

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