Duquesne Student Pharmacists Donate To Haiti Fund
The student organization leaders of the Duquesne University School of Pharmacy were hosted by Dean and Mrs. J. Douglas Bricker at their home for a holiday celebration.
Over 50 student pharmacists were in attendance. They enjoyed the break away from studying for a few hours and had some good "home cooking."
The students announced to the dean and his wife that a $500 donation was made to the Espwa Foundation, a Christian organization dedicated to rebuilding Haiti into a healthier community.
The donation will fund medication relief efforts, as well as empowerment of the people of Haiti. They are truly living the Mission of the School–to improve health outcomes in patients and their communities. They truly understand what it means to become a Duquesne Pharmacist!
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