The Wolfington Center at Cabrini focuses on social justice issues such as:
- Food Insecurity
- Fair Trade
- Voter Engagement
- Catholic Relief Services
The Pierce Fellows Program and the Food Recovery Network focus on issues of hunger and food insecurity.
The Green Team—made up of students, faculty, and staff—is a Cabrini committee that focuses on sustainability issues such as water and recycling.
Through the efforts of students, faculty, and staff, Cabrini has earned Fair Trade status, a designation determined by Fair Trade Colleges and Universities. Fair Trade is a global trading model that is based on a transparent and respectful partnership between producers and consumers.
Cabrini maintains a nonpartisan political structure and encourages students to be socially responsible, informed and engaged as citizens. The Wolfington Center is committed to assisting students with voter registration. See our Voter Engagement page for important election dates and deadlines.
The Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Student Ambassadors meet every Tuesday at 6:00pm in the Wolfington Center/Zoom to train as advocates for the global common good through CRS. Ambassadors organize advocacy opportunities, educational events, and fundraising campaigns for global emergencies.