Celebrate the season with the gift of generosity! It’s a Marymount tradition.
Help for the victims of Typhoon HaiyanOffice of Development, Campus Ministry, and International Student Services
Online donations to help those in the devastated regions of the Philippines are being accepted through the Marymount University Global Disaster Relief Fund.
Donations will also be collected at the Saints basketball home games on December 7. All donations will be given to American Red Cross-approved organizations.
Online contributions can be made by cash, check, or an online credit card payment via the Office of Development web page, www.marymount.edu/development
. Stockings for SoldiersThe Student Veterans of America (VSA)
Spread some holiday cheer to our service members overseas by helping with the Stockings for Soldiers drive. Donate toiletries, snacks, CDs and DVDs by December 4.
Collection boxes: Caruthers Hall, Lee Center, Gerard Lounge, and Rowley Lobby
For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
. Angel Giving TreeCampus Ministry and MU Staff Council
The Angel Giving Tree will provide gifts for local children in low-income families.
Take a tag from a tree and return the wished-for gift (with tag attached), placing it under the same tree, by December 15.
Tree locations: The Lodge, Gerard Dining Hall, Sacred Heart of Mary Chapel, Ballston Center, and the Center for Teaching and Learning office in Rowley Hall.
For questions, contact Meg Dalmut at email@example.com
or Anne Aichele at firstname.lastname@example.org
.Stuff the StockingStudent Nurses Association
Donate socks and toiletries for homeless outreach projects sponsored by Christ Church DC and St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Arlington. This drive ends December 11.
Requested items: men’s white socks; adult and child toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss, and mouthwash; men’s deodorant, shaving cream, disposable razors, and unscented lotion.
Collection boxes: Rowley Hall lobby; Bernie’s/WOW Cafe in the Lee Center; Ballston Center lobby, near the security desk; and by the first-floor elevators in Caruthers Hall. Cash donations are being accepted in the Malek School of Health Professions dean’s office.
For questions, email MarymountUSNA@gmail.com
.Food DriveStudent Ambassadors
Non-perishable food staples are requested to benefit the Arlington Food Assistance Center.
Items needed: cooking oil in plastic bottles, small bags of flour, canned tuna in water, low-sugar cereals, low-sodium soup, and whole wheat pasta
Collection boxes are located across campus. Monetary contributions are being accepted at Undergraduate Admissions in Butler Hall.