Students pose with the items they raised for King's Kettle Food Pantry
food items donations for area programs
Students in four
sections of a human communication studies class raised both needed items and
money for two local charitable organizations.
Class instructor Jennifer DiQuattro said the classes organized two
service-learning projects during the semester. One project was a food drive for
King’s Kettle Food Pantry and the other was a fundraising drive for Better Days
A total of 1,267
food and personal care items were given to Pastor J.R. Wells recently.
classes raised various items, including dog and cat food, as well as a donation
of $656.25. They raised the money through baked food sales, selling T-shirts
they designed/created, with change jar drives in the residence halls and at
local businesses, and soliciting area grocery stores via a letter writing
campaign requesting gift cards.