South University Student Organization Awarded Grant to Help Fund Medical Mission Trip


South University, Savannah’s Christian Pharmacist Fellowship International (CPFI) student organization has been awarded a grant to help pay for an upcoming medical mission trip.

The group was awarded a $500 Hands and Feet Student Chapter Grant by the CPFI Board of Directors. The group awards four student chapter grants of up to $500 per year to help increase community service involvement. South University, Savannah’s School of Pharmacy CPFI chapter is taking a medical mission trip to Costa Rica in December 2017.

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