Hunger Clean-Up

About Hunger Clean-Up

Hunger Clean-Up is Marquette’s largest service project with over 34,000 volunteers since it originated in 1989. Students will participate in Hunger Clean-Up while increasing awareness, support, and resources for local programs addressing issues of poverty. Nearly 1800 students, staff, and alumni serve at 45-50 nonprofit worksites, such as food banks, homeless shelters and countless other organizations, to help better the community and connect with others.

Thanks to fundraising, generous sponsorships, anddonations, Hunger Clean-Up has been able to provide 3 local nonprofits with a $3,000 grant to continue to make change in the community.


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Center for Peacemaking

Center for Peacemaking

Informed by the Jesuit mission of reconciliation and working for peace, the Center for Peacemaking fosters research and action for the promotion of social justice, human dignity and peace. Learn more.