After being away for a year and a half, GCGP is back on campus! Check out our center at SAC B54 Mon-Fri 10am-5pm.
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GCGP 2020-21 Remote Services Review
Over this unconventional year, GCGP has been working hard to aid UCLA students. Check out our remote services review here:
Spring Quarter GCGP Basic Needs Form Now Open
GCGP is back! For the last time this school year, you can request free gift cards and Amazon items of your choice! Check out the request form here. We’ve also received a lot of feedback asking for more communication regarding request status, so this quarter, you can check your request status here 🙂
Volunteer Spotlight: Akanksha
Akanksha 4th year CompSci major Hobbies: Badminton, cooking, movies, web development It’s been a super fulfilling journey working with some incredible volunteers who share a passion for serving their community! Akanksha GCGP would not be able to maintain our extensive operations without the support of passionate volunteers. Here’s a little about one of our topContinue reading “Volunteer Spotlight: Akanksha”
Basic Needs Request Form Open for Winter Quarter
After reviewing our operations in Fall 2020, GCGP’s Basic Needs Request Form is open for Winter quarter
GCGP Operating Remotely in Fall 2020
GCGP sets up remote system to provide school and hygiene products to UCLA students.
Referendum to Fund GCGP Passed by UCLA
GCGP Basic Needs Referendum resoundingly approved with 75% support
Chapter Spotlight: University of Kentucky
Student leaders in the Louisville Metro area chapter of Good Clothes Good People have been working hard, dropping off donations from three of our Louisville locations, Meyzeek Middle School, duPont Manual Magnet High School, and St. Michael’s Church. Dozens of bags of donations have been collected so far!
Chapter Spotlight: UCLA
The UCLA Chapter of Good Clothes Good People recently opened a distribution center in the Student Activities Center Basement. In the few short months that the center has been open, it has served hundreds of UCLA students in providing necessities such as clothing, menstrual products, interview wear, and hygiene products. According to data, 44.5% ofContinue reading “Chapter Spotlight: UCLA”