The Black Masters in Business Administration Student Association is raising money for a family who needed to relocate to Cleveland after losing their home in Hurricane Katrina.
In keeping with our commitment to community service, the Black Masters in Business Administration Student Association (BMBASA) has answered Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell’s call to help families who have relocated here after losing their homes in Hurricane Katrina.
Not only will we be raising money for an adoptive family, but BMBASA members will also be working with the family to develop a budget and plan to help them though this most difficult time. In the coming weeks, we will post a link on the BMBASA site about the family and their road to recovery.
To support our efforts, please consider making a cash donation at the front desk in the Peter B. Lewis Building. You may also send checks made payable to CWRU, BMBASA by mail to:
Peter B. Lewis Building
11119 Bellflower Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7235
We thank you in advance for your kindness.
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