Holiday drives in full swing on campus
December 13, 2013
The Campus Center Food Drive is in full swing and accepting donations in Piano Row and the Walker Building until December 18. From left: Blake Campbell '15, student employee in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion; Campus Center employees Emily Brown, Pat Sheehy '15, and Ben Garmise '15; Mary Higgins, associate director of Government and Community Relations; and Joshua Hamlin, assistant director of the Campus Center. (Photo by Dan O'Brien)
Help Emerson help others this holiday season by donating to a number of food, clothes, and gift drives.
Donate non-perishable food items to benefit the Greater Boston Food Bank from now until Wednesday, December 18, at the Campus Center Food Drive, which is accepting donations at the Mutchnick Campus Center in Piano Row and on the 10th floor of the Walker Building, at the Elma Lewis Center.
Also at the Elma Lewis Center, you can drop off backpacks, toiletries, seasonal clothing, or gift cards (between $5 and $25) to stores like CVS and Walgreens to benefit Bridge Over Troubled Waters. This drive is being held in conjunction with EAGLE (Emerson’s Alliance for Gays, Lesbians, and Everyone.)
The Emerson College Police Department is holding its annual Toys for Tots holiday gift drive. Children’s toys can be dropped off at the police department, which is located in the Little Building, facing Tremont Street.