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Her Campus Temple & The DeSean Jackson Foundation
Student Health Awareness Day at Temple University!
Her Campus Temple and; The DeSean Jackson Foundation presents: Student Health Awareness Day at Temple University! Her Campus Temple is the a Temple University student organization which Jaimee Swift, Temple University communications senior directs; and, it is a branch of nationally recognized online magazine for women.
The event will be held on Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Howard Gittis Student Center, which is located on 1755 N. 13th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122.
The event will be held on the 2nd floor of the Howard Gittis Student Center and the room is entitled 200 BC.
Thus far, there are about 13 student and non-student organizations who have committed to the event. The organizations who are Temple University affiliated first and then the Philly organizations, second:
Temple University Organizations
-The American Red Cross at Temple University
– Queer Student Union
-Music Therapy Club
-Mindfulness Meditation Club
-Temple University’s Federation of Male Nurses (TUFF MAN)
-Wellness Resource Center
-Exercise Science Association
-School of Media and Communication
–Independence Blue Cross (IBC)
-The National Kidney Foundation
–Komen 3-Day Organization
– Aids Fund Philly
– Mommy’s Light
– The DeSean Jackson Foundation
– The Columbia North YMCA
– Pretty Girls Sweat
– Tuttleman Counseling Service
– Positive Voices
– Philadelphia Hepatitus Outreach Program
– Public Health Management Corporation
– PA Coalition Against Rape and Sistering Information
– Healing, Living & Empowering (SiHLE)
– Philadelphia Eagles
– Women Against Abuse – Philadelphia
– Coca Cola Beverages
Gayle Jackson, President, of The DeSean Jackson Foundation, is soliciting and identifying additional non-profits, medical service providers; and, human services organizations to have tables at the Health fair. She is also reaching out to the loyal volunteers, service providers and faith-based initiatives who have helped The DeSean Jackson Foundation for the past several years grow to the its present status. The annual DeSean Jackson Foundation community health fairs were founded in memory of DeSean’s father, Bill Jackson, who died from Pancreatic Cancer. Mrs. Jackson says its extremely important to have testing and awareness of Pancreatic Cancer as the major focus in sustaining and growing the foundation. Therefore, we are sending an appeal out to healthcare providers to volunteer to help us at this event.
Please contact Mrs. Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org with your inquiries/requests. DeSean and Gayle Jackson will review requests and the final list must be submitted to Temple University by next Tuesday.
The event will be open to the Temple University student population and the general public. Spaces will be limited.
If you have any more questions or concerns during the interim, please feel free to contact: email@example.com.
Thank you so much!
DeSean and Gayle Jackson
The DeSean Jackson Foundation