Tsunami fundraiser raises cash, goods and services

More than $6,500 in cash was recently raised in the tsunami fundraising week held at WSU, and more than $5,400 in goods and services were donated by ASWSU Executives and Senate, CUB Catering, and Campus Involvement.

Participants included:

Clubs / Orgs / Depts – No Particular Order

ASWSU Executive Staff

ASWSU Senate

ASWSU Student Entertainment Board

Engineers Without Borders

Alpha Phi Omega

International Students’ Council

Crop & Soil Sciences

Community Service Learning Center

YMCA

YWCA

International Student Center Interns

Residence Hall Association

Interfraternity Council

Panhellenic Council

Athletics

Student Recreation Center

Residence Life

Thai Student Association

Indonesian Student Association

PERMIAS

Campus Involvement

International Business Club

African Friendship Association

Palouse Wave

University Recreation

Sociology Club

Gladish Community Center

Pita Pit

Rico’s Pub

Taco Del Mar

College of Pharmacy

College of Veterinary Medicine

Cougar Cottage

Munchy’z

Miggs Band

ASWSU Spokane

The Carnelian Agency

Women’s Resource Center

International Programs

Greek Community

Pullman City Council

Pullman Chamber of Commerce

Gamma Alpha Omega

CUB Business Office

CUB Catering

Individuals not associated with a specific group who gave big contributions

Nicole Radovsky

Sue Hinz

Megan Johnson

Kayce Carrasco

Tamara Mobbs

Individuals who volunteered.

About 45 individual people not associated with a group volunteered for a class or for another reason.

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