Towson University’s Involvement at Pickersgill

Students at Towson University value and thrive off of diversity and connectivity. They use their skills and knowledge to help others in the community every year. In fact, this last year over 8,955 students completed service hours within and outside of the Towson Community. These activities range from building houses with student groups like Houses for Humanity to gleaning produce for food banks like the TU Student United Way.

Students preparing Halloween cards for Pickersgill residents.

Students preparing Halloween cards for Pickersgill residents.

The different service activities are endless, but they also happen right in our own backyard. Here at Pickersgill, we have had students come in to visit, host games and activities, as well as make and deliver cards for holidays like St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s and Christmas. Hours are dedicated to connecting our two great communities and changing lives. The day that reaps the most service hours for these students is The Big Event. Continue reading