LSU Law students will volunteer at Baton Rouge area nonprofit organizations, animal shelters, attractions, and other locations on Saturday, Feb. 4, as part of the Spring Day of Service organized by the Public Interest Law Society and Student Bar Association.
“Our goal is to have at least 130 volunteers at the sites,” said PILS President and 3L Madeline Meyer.
If PILS and SBA reach their goal, the Spring Day of Service could be even more successful than the Fall Day of Service on Aug. 27, 2022, when LSU Law students contributed approximately 300 hours of volunteer work at sites including the USS KIDD Veterans Museum, Cat Haven, Keep Tiger Town Beautiful, Friends of the Animals, Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank, and OLOL Children’s Health Children’s Developmental Center at McMains.
Volunteer sites for the Spring Day of Service are still being finalized, but PILS Community Service Chair Blaike Lee Ordes said they will be similar to those where LSU Law students volunteered last semester.
Students interested in volunteering during the Spring Day of Service can get more details here and register to participate here. Registration closes on Wednesday, Feb. 1.