Volunteer: Gamecock Donation Station, CityServe
By Peggy Binette, firstname.lastname@example.org, 803-777-7704
Community service is important at Carolina. Making a difference and inspiring a better way of life reflects who we are as Gamecocks.
In April faculty, staff and students will have the opportunity to roll up their garnet sleeves and be part of OneColumbia CityServe. On April 26, USC will host Gamecock Donation Station, where students and student athletes will collect new books (ages 4–9) for Cocky’s Reading Express and nonperishable food items for Harvest Hope food bank from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Williams-Brice Stadium parking lot, across from the State Fairgrounds.
Members of the USC community are encouraged to donate items and sign up to volunteer at the event.
In addition to the Gamecock Donation Station, the university family will join Columbia citizens in an array of service activities to help improve the city and life for its residents. To volunteer your time or mobilize your coworkers to volunteer for one or more of the CityServe projects, go to the CityServe website.
One Columbia CityServe coincides with the National Week of Service and is chaired by First Lady Patricia Moore-Pastides, Mayor Steve Benjamin and SCANA’s Paul Fant.
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