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Pomona Hope seeks donations

Pomona Hope, a community-driven, faith-based non-profit, is hosting a school supply drive until May 6. Donations can be dropped off in green bins at the University of La Verne Campus Center or the Ludwick Center ground floor. 

Donations can consist of notebooks, pens, pencils, erasers, highlighters, rulers, scissors, backpacks, binders, calculators, pencil cases and much more. 

The school supplies will go to the After School with Pomona Hope, a no-cost after school program, offered to K-12 grade students Monday through Thursday. 

Pomona Hope aims to provide resources and a safe environment for Pomona youths through their programs. 

For more information on Pomona Hope, visit

—Samira Felix 

Samira Felix, a junior journalism major with a concentration in print-online journalism, is news editor for the Campus Times. She previously served as a staff writer.


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