Law students donate 1,065 hours to community

Published: August 18th, 2014

Category: Feature

UF Law students clad in orange and blue dispersed around Gainesville last Thursday, serving up 1,065 hours of community service to 22 sites.

The entire 1L class of more than 300 students and dozens of student ambassadors got their hands dirty as part of the Introduction to Law School and the Profession Community Service Day.

The sites included Alachua Conservation Trust, Alachua County Animal Services, Alachua County Humane Society, Al’z Place, American Cancer Society, ARC of Alachua County, Bread of the Mighty Food Bank, Caring and Sharing, Children’s Home Society, Early Learning Coalition of Alachua County, ELC/Imagine Learning Coalition of Alachua County, Gainesville Parks and Recreation, Girls Place, Habitat for Humanity, Haile’s Angels Pet Rescue, Haven Hospice Attic, Law School Woods, Lubee Bat Conservancy, Retirement Home for Horses, Inc., at Mill Creek Farm, Wilmot Gardens, and the YMCA.

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