Wayne Law Student Board of Governors gives thanks, supports Cass Community Social Services
November 22, 2011
DETROIT (Nov. 22, 2011) — The Wayne State University Law School Student Board of Governors (SBG) will be showing their thanks this holiday season by providing the Thanksgiving meal for Cass Community Social Services (CCSS).
“Cass Community Social Services provides a valuable service to the community, and SBG is committed to supporting organizations making a difference in Detroit,” said Ashley Fisher, SBG vice president. “By doing what we can to help raise funds to support their Thanksgiving dinner, we are showing our thanks for what they do for the community.”
CCSS is dedicated to making a profound difference in the diverse populations it serves by providing for basic needs, including affordable housing, promoting self reliance and encouraging community inclusion and improvement.
Everyone deserves to have a healthy and happy Thanksgiving meal, Fisher said, and SBG is looking to make that possible. SBG is also actively looking for donations to help support their effort and appreciate any amount that can be given to support the Thanksgiving meal at CCSS.
This year, SBG’s effort was generously supported by Interpreter Translator & Transportation Services, Inc.
For more information or to donate, please visit the SBG Give Thanks webpage at law.wayne.edu/sbg.
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