WMU-Cooley in Tampa Collects Holiday Items for Children

The Florida Association of Women Lawyers and the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society organizations at WMU-Cooley Law School’s Tampa Bay campus held a collection drive for new toys and games to be distributed to children living at A Kid’s Place Tampa Bay.



The items collected will be given to children living at the Brandon-based A Kid’s Place over the holidays. A Kid's Place is a unique, state of the art, 60-bed facility for abused, neglected, or abandoned children. The foster care facility strives to keep siblings together.


Pictured (left-right) are members of WMU-Cooley’s Florida Association of Women Lawyers and Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society Juanda Padgett, Rosa Tejada, Elizabeth Olson, Thamara Diogo, Melanie Macias, Leslie Cabrera, Jalitza Serrano, and Terry Cochran.

Dec 07 2018


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