WMU-Cooley Collects Needed Items for Deborah House

The Black Law Student Association (BLSA), at WMU-Cooley Law School’s Grand Rapids campus hosted its first supply drive for the Deborah House. In association with Kingdom Life Ministries Community Development Corporation, Deborah House is a charitable initiative providing outreach for single mothers and pregnant women. In addition to providing housing for single mothers with children, Deborah House offers programs to educate single mothers on how to responsibly run a household and professional networking opportunities.


“Members of BLSA thought it would be a great idea to supply the home with cleaning supplies and other household necessities for women and children,” said Osinachi Onukogu, WMU-Cooley Grand Rapids campus BLSA vice president.


Pictured: Osinachi Onukogu, WMU-Cooley Grand Rapids campus BLSA vice president led BLSA’s efforts collecting supplies for Deborah House, an outreach program for single or expecting mothers.

Dec 07 2018


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