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Volunteer and donate for Russell House

Posted by on September 9, 2020

The Russell House is a community resource that seeks to empower victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse to live violence-free. In pursuance of this goal, all S&T community members are invited to apply to become a victim advocate and/or hotline operator. Upon applying, volunteers will be asked to complete a brief, free online training […]

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Celebrate at chancellor’s holiday brunch tomorrow

Posted by on December 2, 2019

Warm up, wind down and enjoy winter wonder. Faculty and staff are invited to celebrate the holidays with refreshments, live piano music, caroling and company at the Chancellor’s Holiday Brunch 9 a.m.-noon Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Hasselmann Alumni House. Guests are encouraged to bring an unwrapped toy or a canned food donation to give to those in need within our community.

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Food and toys needed for local community

Posted by on November 18, 2019

Staff Council is sponsoring a food and toy drive for the local community through Thursday, Dec. 5. Staff Council members will collect the items Friday, Dec. 6, and deliver to the Greater Rolla Area Community Enterprise (GRACE) and the Rolla Area Chamber of Commerce’s “Give Christmas” toy drive (formally called “Angel Tree.”) If your department will have a box, please email Barbi Spencer, president of Staff Council, at spencerbar@mst.edu to arrange for pick up on Dec. 6.

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Students collecting food for Rolla community

Posted by on October 14, 2019

A student organization is holding a “Just One” food collection for The Mission in Rolla. Individuals are asked to give one food item this week that is purchased when routinely shopping. The collection box is at the Geeks for God student organization table in the Havener Center Atrium this week, through Friday, Oct. 18. Non-perishable […]

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Employee donations to GRACE help 400 families

Posted by on December 13, 2018

Dave Dearth, a volunteer with the Greater Rolla Area Charitable Enterprise, thanks Missouri S&T employees who donated food or toys during recent drives.

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Celebrate in style at chancellor’s holiday brunch

Posted by on December 3, 2018

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Pull on your favorite holiday sweater and join the fashionable festivities at any time during the chancellor’s holiday brunch 9 a.m.-noon Wednesday, Dec. 5, at Hasselmann Alumni House.

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Hygiene items, food needed for Commuter’s Commodities Food Pantry

Posted by on November 29, 2018

In addition to non-perishable food, S&T’s Commuter’s Commodities Food Pantry also accepts donations of hygiene items and household goods. Missouri S&T’s human resources department is taking pantry donations at the human resources office, Room 113 Centennial Hall, through Friday, Nov. 30. The most needed items are:

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Today is final day of food, toy drive for local area

Posted by on November 26, 2018

Make a child’s holiday brighter or help feed a family by donating to the Greater Rolla Area Charitable Enterprise (GRACE) or Rolla Mission by Nov. 26. Get a list of items needed.

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Food drive for S&T food pantry starts today

Posted by on November 26, 2018

As the holiday season approaches, food banks across Missouri rely on the donations that they receive from food drives to help keep their shelves stocked. The UM System’s campus food pantries are no different. Missouri S&T’s human resources department will accept food donations for S&T’s Commuter’s Commodities Food Pantry at the human resources office, Room 113 Centennial Hall, from Monday, Nov. 26, through Friday, Nov. 30. The most needed items are:

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Library holds food drive for pantry

Posted by on June 21, 2018

In conjunction with its civil war lecture series, the Curtis Laws Wilson Library is hosting a food drive for “Commuters’ Commodities,” a food pantry run by the student diversity initiatives staff. While admission is free to the lecture series, attendees are encouraged to bring a canned food item for the pantry to help students in need.

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