Ever wanted to be a part of the public interest initiative serving in southern LA? Curious about how to use your developing legal skills to help others? Want to meet judges, attorneys, and others who share your passion for serving the common good?
Well then we want you! Students who are interested in joining PILS or would like to be included in our weekly pro bono and community service emails should click here. Joining PILS is completely free, and by filling out our membership form you will automatically be notified about our upcoming meetings, events, and other initiatives this year.
Welcome to the club!
- What: Tigers Paws for a Cause is a school-wide day of service. The goal of the event is to have the population of PMH participate in community service together. The volunteer locations are all in and around the Baton Rouge area. All service will last only four hours! So, sign-up with friends and pass a good time helping others.
- How: All Volunteers will meet on the LSU Law Center Plaza March 14th @12:30 to receive their assignments and eat lunch. Then, the groups will head out to volunteer at various locations around the Baton Rouge community from 1:00pm-5:00pm. After the service hours are complete SBA will host an after party on the Plaza. Every participant gets a free T-shirt for volunteering.
- If you have a questions or concerns contact Savannah Steele: email@example.com
- Baton Rouge Food Bank – assist with sorting incoming food donations
- Baton Rouge Recreation Department (3 locations) – Park beautification including painting
- Big Buddy -TBD
- Connections for Life – CFL has a warehouse that they are moving out of and we will be helping them complete the move out.
- Goodwill – assist in labeling, sorting and displaying donated items.
- Habitat ReStore – Assist in labeling, sorting and assembling re-purposed building supplies.
- Salvation Army – Assist with thrift store and food voucher program
- East Baton Rouge Parish Public Schools (3 locations) – While we don’t yet have confirmation on the exact projects, past projects have included: painting, school beautification efforts, creating outdoor butterfly garden etc.
- Volunteers of America -TBD
- Baton Rouge Battered Women’s Shelter – Assist the shelter staff with needed maintenance items.
- Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baton Rouge (2 locations)- Painting
- The Hospice of Baton Rouge – Socializing with seniors
- Companion Animal Alliance of Baton Rouge – cleaning facilities and socializing animals.