Urging our nation's leaders to end hunger

National Call To Serve

The National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness is declaring a National Call to Serve in response to Hurricane Katrina.  On their website they have wonderful tools on ways students can serve those affected by the Hurricane whether that's raising money, volunteering to serve in the gulf states or working to keep cuts from the Food Stamp Program.  Please check out their awesome resources and think about ways you might incorporate this call to serve onto your campus!  Go to their website to access the toolkit.  Here's an excerpt from their intro letter:

Amidst the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina, we must demand that the extreme poverty now apparent in the Gulf States remains in the national spotlight. Thousands of individuals and families already experiencing poverty have felt the destruction of Hurricane Katrina; yet, we should use this as an opportunity for change and hope for countless others.


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