PILF’S DONATE-A-DAY

PILF invites you to join us for the annual Donate-a-Day celebration on Wednesday, July 21 at Bingham McCutchen from 5:30-7:30pm!  This is a unique summer opportunity to catch-up with classmates, enjoy good food and drinks, and help support USF’s Public Interest Law Foundation.

As you may know, PILF primarily funds summer stipends to USF Law students through its annual auction.  Thanks to the tremendous success of last year’s auction, twenty-seven USF students received a $4,000 grant to help pay for their expenses in PI/PS positions this summer.  The availability of these grants is largely due to the success of last year’s Fourth Annual PILF Donate-a-Day Program and Reception.

This year, PILF has high hopes of building on the success of this program by encouraging students to donate an actual day of their salary to support fellow classmates.  By donating a day’s salary (or an amount fitting your budget), you can directly enable students to work in public interest and public sector law.

We also understand that many students are not able to donate due to financial constraints.  Regardless of whether or not you can make a monetary contribution, we invite you to please support your fellow classmates and attend the Donate-a-Day reception/mixer, on Wednesday, July 21 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., at the offices of Bingham McCutchen, 3 Embarcadero Center.  Complimentary appetizers and beverages will be served.

For those who can donate, we hope that you will become a part of the Donate-a-Day Program. Your contribution is tax-deductible.  We accept cash, credit cards, or checks payable to USF School of Law with “PILF” written on the memo line.  Please contact chairs@usfpilf.org with any questions.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Very truly yours,

Carmen Franklin
PILF, Co-Chair

Lisa D’Annunzio
PILF, Co-Chair

Noah M. Schubert
Law Review, Editor-in-Chief

Carl Hammarskjold
Moot Court, Executive Director

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