The University of Montana Needs Your Help to Win the Big Sky Conference Cup
Each year, the Big Sky Conference competes for the Conference Cup, which is a community service competition. The competition activity varies from year to year. For example, last year’s competition consisted of a year-long canned food drive. Both the amount of cans collected, plus the number of community service hours put in by student-athletes, were accounted for. As hard as it is to say, the Montana State Bobcats took the title last year.
This year the Conference Cup is a competition between each Big Sky Conference school to see who can donate the most T-shirts to a charitable organization. It is also a competition of the most volunteer hours. The University of Montana and the Missoula community are donating their T-Shirts to the Poverello Center this semester. The competition is a way for The University of Montana student-athletes to get in touch with the community and to help give back.
The collection for T-shirts started last weekend at the home Lady Griz volleyball matches. The final T-shirt drive will take place on October 27 at the home Griz football game against Idaho State. To support this cause bring new or gently-worn shirts to the game. There is no limit to how many shirts one can donate, and any style or size will work. T-shirts do not have to be associated with The University of Montana. Monetary donations will also be accepted.
For questions about the T-shirt drive, contact Jordan Sullivan at email@example.com.