Guidelines for Conducting Charitable Drives
Many student organizations are interested in planning various charitable drives during the year, including food drives, clothing drives, and book drives. We commend the interest in community service and genuinely support these efforts. The following guidelines are in place in order to ensure that all student organizations have equal access to Law School facilities, and to minimize clutter and overflow in collection areas. As there is limited space for collection receptacles, this is a first-come, first-served policy.
Locations and numbers of collection receptacles are restricted to the following areas:
A student organization planning a charitable drive must complete an online Facilities Work Request. The work request should be completed at least two weeks prior to your proposed collection date, and must include the following information:
conducting the drive
Student organizations must wait for confirmation of their request to hold the charitable drive, and must receive written permission to proceed. Any charitable drive begun without permission will be dismantled.
No more than one charitable drive will be permitted to occur at one time.
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