GivePulse Stats


  • The University of Texas at Austin

  • University Leadership Network

  • ULN '18

  • Impacts

    Natasha Dangol

    Natasha @ Minority Women Pursuing Law

    I worked as an usher for a talk by the renowned Chinese artist Xu Bing, and helped manage guests and visitors during the event. It was a very rewarding experience to engage in a part of intellectual discourse!

    Gave 3.00 hours on 11/17/2016 with ULN '18
    Natasha Dangol

    Natasha @ Texas UNICEF

    This event was the annual Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF. On Halloween night, we mapped out various neighborhoods and went door to door trick or treating except only for donations for UNICEF. All the proceeds go to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF and last year, the funds were used to buy the following items: hand-pump for water, vaccines (measles, malaria, tetanus, polio), HIV test kits and more.
    I found this a great experience to not only raise money for a worthy cause, but to get to talk to people and share this great cause during a holiday.

    Gave 2.50 hours on 10/31/2016 with ULN '18
    Air Force ROTC

    During the Valero Open, we volunteered in the parking lot. We parked cars and managed traffic for the event. Since it was such a large event, it required us to be really efficient with our resources and our time. I learned a lot while volunteering here.

    Gave 11.00 hours on 04/23/2016 with ULN '18

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    DSACT Speech Program
    ULN End of the Year Community Service Holiday Event

    It was good to think about the less fortunate and make an effort to help them out in any little way possible this year.

    Gave 3.00 hours on 12/08/2015 with ULN '18
    Longhorn Lights Out
    Natasha Dangol

    Natasha @ Nepal Earthquake Relief Fundraiser

    This was my first day volunteering for the Earthquake fundraiser. It was rewarding to see such small efforts could go a long way. Especially since it was such a personal cause for me since I am from and was raised in Nepal myself, it made me really happy that my own university had an organization that was directly sending help to those in need. I tried to help in any way that I could.

    Gave 3.00 hours on 05/07/2015 with University Leadership Network
    Natasha Dangol

    Natasha @ Nepal Earthquake Relief Fundraiser

    This was the very last day of fundraising and NSA needed to finish and finalize many things. After 2 hours of regular tabling and asking for donations, we spent pretty much the rest of the day - counting the money raised, depositing it to the bank account, and deciding which organizations would be the best to donate money to. This was a very rewarding experience for me to see how such non-profit organizations work and the possible ways for everyone to be involved.

    Gave 5.00 hours on 05/01/2015 with University Leadership Network