Toys and gifts must be NEW, NOT GIFT WRAPPED, AND IN ORIGINAL PACKAGING.
Developmental toys (6 months-18 months), athletic equipment, boys/girls watches, boys wallets, Legos, MP3 players, Frozen memorabilia, teen purses/jewelry, comforter sets, art equipment, gift cards, books.
There is a high need for gifts that suit pre-teens and teenagers. Gift cards are often ideal: movie theatre gift cards, Bath & Body Works, I-tunes, Game Stop, etc.
Please click the link below to give online!
Murphy Building, Suite 1300
(13th floor, Dept. of Neurosurgery)
1430 Tulane Ave., Suite 1730
(Medical Education Office, 1st floor by cafeteria)
1430 Tulane Ave., 8th Floor
Dept. of Surgery, Room 8513
Tidewater Building, 14th Floor (business office)
1555 Poydras, 10th Floor
Building 2, Room 206
Boggs Center, Room 201 (SSE Dean's Office)
Toni Hibbs/Shelley Meaux
Cudd Hall (front desk or Room 204-205)
Diboll Complex, Academic Success Center
Gibson Hall, Room 200
Howard Tilton Memorial Library, Learning Commons
Allyson Brusseau/Miriam Espinosa
LBC, Suite G11 (Student Affairs- the SOC)
Newcomb Hall, Room 311A (French & Italian)
The Staff Advisory Council encourages all staff to participate in helping community causes.
Each fall, the council organizes CASA for the Holidays, an annual toy drive, to help more than 400 children in foster homes, group homes and hospitals in Orleans, Jefferson and St. Tammany parishes.
The council also works with the Dinerral Shavers Educational Fund each August to raise money and collect school supplies for New Orleans area students.
See more events below:
The 2016 NOLA Bluedoo Party/Walk/Run is a two-mile race and celebration of prostate cancer survivorship benefiting Tulane's Prostate Cancer Research Program.
91%: A Film About Guns in America will screen at Tulane’s McAlister Auditorium on October 6th, 2016 at 7 PM.
The House I Live In, the grand jury prize winner for documentaries at the 2012 Sundance Festival. It describes the racial motivation for the war on drugs and the harm done to families and communities by mass criminalization.
The film follows the pilgrimage of a white family to learn about their slave-trading ancestors in Rhode Island, the experience of enslaved persons in Ghana and Cuba, and ways to address the legacy of slavery. Director, Katrina Browne, will participate.
Submit your ideas for reducing the university's energy use, waste and greenhouse gas emissions to our Climate Commitment Advisory Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 504-865-4000 email@example.com