WHAT IS HUNGER CLEAN-UP?
In 1989 Hunger Clean-Up began as students' modest effort to combat hunger and homelessness in Milwaukee.
23 YEARS LATER
Hunger Clean-Up has grown to be Marquette’s largest day of service- bringing together approximately 1,500 individuals to volunteer with over 50 agencies each April. This stage is set by a dedicated team of student leaders committed to service who work in the fall and spring to mobilize their peers while increasing awareness, support, and resources for local programs addressing issues of poverty.
HUNGER CLEAN-UP PLANNING TEAM 2013
Hunger Clean-Up is one of Marquette’s long standing traditions that brings the Marquette and Milwaukee community together to address issues of homelessness, hunger and poverty. On Saturday, April 20, 2013, we bring together 2000 students to make a difference at over 50 Milwaukee service sites. Throughout the year we’ll work to raise close to $40,000 to support the event and grants provided to select service agencies. That’s being the difference!
Interested in leading your peers in planning and executing this meaningful day of service? Join one of our planning committees! Any HCU staff can tell you more about the Logistics, Marketing, Volunteer, or Fundraising committees. Committee members have the unique opportunity to give back to the Milwaukee and Marquette community while gaining skills that will help prepare them for a variety of careers post-graduation
Hunger Clean-Up T-Shirts are on sale now through April 19th in the Brooks Lounge!
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