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Annual Hunger Clean Up
April 12, 2014

Every spring, campuses nation-wide unite to address the problems of hunger and homelessness by participating in one of the largest student-driven days of service in the country--the Annual Hunger Cleanup. Students spend the month leading up to their cleanup raising funds to provide local, national and international poverty relief organizations resources to fight poverty and then hold a day of service in their community to address needs best met by volunteering directly. 

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Super Typhoon Haiyan Response Kit

The best way to immediately help the victims of a natural disaster is to fundraise and get the funds to on-the-ground relief organizations as quickly as possible.

Check out our toolkit on how to respond to the crisis by planning your own fundraising events.

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Highlights

Awareness Week

To help draw attention to & build awareness of the problems of poverty in our communities, students held a series of events during the week before Thanksgiving to educate the campus, boost community service. Learn More

Resources

Get the latest project packets with planning advice and the best tips to make projects and programs on your campus successful this semester. Learn More

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