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Northwestern's Social Workers Association of Tomorrow give donations


February 22, 2019

United Methodist Circle of Care receives donations from the SWAT Compassion in Action Dignity Drive. Pictured are (from left) Morgan Lopez, SWAT Enid campus vice president; Raquel Razien, Circle of Care regional program director; Keli Caffey, Circle of Care family specialist; and Jennifer Pribble, SWAT sponsor.

Students in the Social Workers Association of Tomorrow (SWAT) chapter at Northwestern Oklahoma State University recently completed their Compassion in Action Dignity Drive for the fall semester.

SWAT is a student-run organization that seeks to enhance the social work learning experience. One of SWAT's purposes is to employ community service projects while supporting community partners and their consumers. The Compassion in Action Dignity Drive is one of the community service projects SWAT students host to give back to the community. Approximately $500 worth of donations included feminine h...

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