SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1932. Volume 3. Number 3.
Relief of Distress
Relief of Distress.
Despite all the efforts to alleviate the distress of unemployment, there are still numerous cases of families in the city, where existence is maintained only on a starvation level.
There are several cases known to members of the S.C.M. where relief in the form of foodstuffs and clothes is urgently required. We therefore offer the Students the opportunity to assist either by contributions of money, goods, or services. A regular weekly contribution, however small, is the best method of assistance. It is intended that the assistance be given personally, so that students themselves may ascertain the extent of the need.
If further information is desired, please communicate with Misses Joyce Sewell, Phyllis Linton, or Messrs E. B. Davies, C. I. L. Dixon, or the undersigned, or any member of the Executive.
A. Eaton Hurley.President, S.C.M.