Western Michigan University Cooley Law School’s Military Law Student Association (MLSA) joined forces with the Lansing Volunteers of America to identify a list of food items needed for area homeless veterans. Members of MLSA will deliver the “Food Drive for Vets” items that were collected during the law school’s summer term to Volunteers of America.
“We are extremely happy with the support given by the WMU-Cooley community to help Lansing area homeless veterans receive food,” said MLSA President Jenae Stolarzyk. “It is very important to show support toward those who have served our country and are homeless."
As a student organization at WMU-Cooley, MLSA members volunteer and give back to local veteran-related organizations in the local Lansing area. The organization’s mission is to provide an environment where students, faculty, and the community can come together to support past and present military members in the Lansing area and within the law school.
Pictured: WMU-Cooley Law School Military Law Student Association member Anthony Alvarado and MLSA President Jenae Stolarzyk.