The Catalyst

Day of Caring in hearts of staff

Fourteen groups, totaling about 300 employees, from MUSC participated in Trident United Way’s Day of Caring, Sept. 13.

Staff from the College of Health Professions place oyster shells in mesh bags at Fort Johnson Road, James Island. The bags will then be used to build community reefs along the coast of South Carolina. Photo provided.
Staff from the College of Health Professions place oyster shells in mesh bags at Fort Johnson Road, James Island. The bags will then be used to build community reefs along the coast of South Carolina. Photo provided.

According to Whitney McLuen, Office of Development employee campaign coordinator, this year’s Day of Caring has recruited the most number of MUSC volunteers.

“These groups performed landscaping work, school playground improvements, food collection drives, school supply drives and more,” she said.

The Day of Caring also kicks off MUSC’s annual campuswide Trident United Way Campaign.

“Every employee is eligible for a matching gift. The gifts must be from $250 to $500,” McLuen said.

To make a contribution, visit musc.edu/tuw or call 792-1973.

September 17, 2013
 
 
 

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