On Sept. 17, members of the Belmont University School of Pharmacy participated in a service project for Preston Taylor Ministries. This non-profit organization serves students (K-12) in the local area by providing educational and faith-based initiatives. Preston Taylor Ministries was founded in 1998 to confront problems such as drug use, gang related activities, teenage pregnancy, illiteracy and poor school performance. Students in the School of Pharmacy donated cleaning supplies and their time to make this a welcoming and safe environment for all those who attend after school programs.
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