First-year students in the Chase day division volunteered at nine Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky community programs in an introduction to understanding lawyers’ pro bono professional responsibilities. 

The 102 students:

• Delivered pizzas donated by Mac’s Pizza and medical supplies with Maslow’s Army, an organization founded by Northern Kentucky University graduates Sam and Susan Landis to help people experiencing homelessness.

• Cleaned toys and furniture at the NKU Early Learning Center.

• Cleaned an industrial kitchen used to feed individuals experiencing food insecurity.

• Did building improvements and landscaping at the Contemporary Dance Theater building in College Hill.

• Worked on NKU campus clean up.

• Packed food boxes for individuals who rely on Meals on Wheels, at Wesley Community Services.

• Cared for pets of families experiencing homelessness through the IHN pet project. 

• Packed medical care kits for developmentally disabled adults, at Easterseals.

• Made facility improvements at Welcome House Covington, which works to reduce homelessness in Northern Kentucky.