At every home football game this season, Red Cross and campus volunteers will staff donation stations at every entrance gate to the stadium, encouraging fans to give generously to help the residents of the Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida coasts who were affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Any faculty, staff or students who wish to volunteer to help with the
game-day collections sometime during the season should contact
Clemson community service coordinator Jennifer Shurley at 656-0243 or
This Saturday, Sept. 3, for the Clemson vs. Texas A&M game, donation
stations will be set up from the time the gates open at 6:30 p.m.
until the start of the game at 8 p.m.
Campus organizations or resident groups who would like to develop or
participate in other projects to benefit the Red Cross and hurricane
victims should also contact Jennifer Shurley for assistance and
Clemson University also is assisting students displaced from colleges
and universities in the affected areas. The admissions staff is
working with these students on a case-by-case basis to assist them in
obtaining housing and academic courses.
Donations Accepted Saturday
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