UM's Golden Key chapter to hold toiletries drive for Poverello shelter

2013-04-19T23:00:00Z 2013-04-19T23:05:04Z UM's Golden Key chapter to hold toiletries drive for Poverello shelter missoulian.com

The University of Montana Chapter of the Golden Key Honor Society will hold its annual Poverello Toiletry Drive April 22-26 on campus. Donation boxes and posters will be located in buildings across campus all week.

Suggested donations include toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, razors, nonperishable food and travel-sized soaps, shampoos and conditioners. All donations will benefit the Poverello Center, a local nonprofit organization serving the hungry and homeless of the Missoula area.

The Golden Key Honor Society is an international nonprofit organization focused on academics, leadership and service. The UM Chapter is one of more than 400 across the U.S. and throughout the world.

For more information call Erin Helmholz, UM Golden Key International Honor Society public relations officer, at (425) 577-9995 or email erin.helmholz@umconnect.umt.edu.

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