The Clinton Foundation and Clinton School of Public Service have partnered to support community tornado relief efforts with a “Day of Action." They will work in partnership with the Arkansas Foodbank. The Foundation and School will open Choctaw Station during normal business hours to serve as a primary drop-off location for goods donated by people in Central Arkansas. The Foodbank has requested the following items: pop-top entrees, fruit cups, pudding cups, individual assorted juices, crackers, peanut butter, Vienna sausage, Beanie Weenies, canned tuna, canned chicken, shelf-stable milk, individual servings of cereal, granola bars, energy bars, energy drinks, Gatorade, and plastic spoon and fork kits.
Wednesday, April 30, through Saturday, May 17, 2014
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Saturday
1-5 p.m. Sunday
Choctaw Station, which is located on the Clinton Center campus and houses the Little Rock offices of the Clinton Foundation and the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service.
To make a donation to the Arkansas Food Bank via e-mail, go to arkansasfoodbank.org.
About the William J. Clinton Presidential Center
The William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park is a world-class educational and cultural venue offering a variety of special events, exhibitions, educational programs, and lectures throughout the year. Located on the banks of the Arkansas River in Little Rock, Arkansas, the Center has welcomed more than three million visitors from around the world since opening in 2004. Most important, the Clinton Center is a reflection of the work – past, present, and future – of the 42nd President of the United States. The Center is home to the Little Rock offices of the Clinton Foundation, the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, and the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service.
Learn more at www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org; Facebook.com/ClintonCenter; and on Twitter @ClintonCenter.
About the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation
The Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation convenes businesses, governments, NGOs, and individuals working to improve global health and wellness, increase opportunity for women and girls, reduce childhood obesity, create economic opportunity and growth, and help communities address the effects of climate change. Because of this work, 20,000 American schools are providing kids with healthy food choices in an effort to eradicate childhood obesity; 21,000 farmers in Malawi have improved their incomes by more than 500 percent; 248 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions are being reduced in cities worldwide; more than 5,000 people have been trained in marketable job skills in Colombia; more than 6.8 million people have benefited from lifesaving HIV/AIDS medications; $100 million in strategic investments have been made, affecting the health of 50 million people in the U.S.; and members of the Clinton Global Initiative have made nearly 2,800 Commitments to Action to improve more than 430 million lives around the world.
About the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service
The nation’s seventh presidential school, the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service is the first school in the nation to offer a Master of Public Service (MPS) degree, providing students with the knowledge and experience to further their careers in the areas of nonprofit, governmental, volunteer, or private-sector service. The Clinton School, located in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas, differs from more traditional graduate programs in public administration, public affairs, and public policy, in that a significant portion of the academic curriculum is comprised of direct field service work. Clinton School students perform team-based, international and individual public-service projects during the two-year program. As a result, students have completed more than 500 projects, amounting to 170,000 hours in direct field work, not including classroom activity, translating into over $3.4 million in economic/community benefits.