Hunger Clean-Up


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Volunteering with Hunger Clean-Up is a rewarding experience through which you will build relationships with the Marquette and Milwaukee communities. When you join the Individual team, we will provide you with a site at which you can volunteer with a group of other Marquette students, experiencing all of what Milwaukee has to offer first-hand.


Groups volunteering as teams have the opportunity to work together on a service project, strengthening their bonds both with each other and with the members of the Milwaukee community. Teams can consist of coworkers, classmates, student organizations or simply groups of friends, with one individual serving as the team leader. All team members must be affiliated with Marquette university as students, faculty, staff, or alumni.

Team Leaders are expected to attend a one-hour training and ensure their teammates have an educational and reflective experience.



Marquette Alumni are invited to return to campus to be part of this important tradition. Alumni can create their own team, join affiliated student teams, or the special Alumni team.


Mission and Goals

In line with the mission of Marquette University, Hunger Clean-Up strives to develop strong leaders in society who lead through their service to others. With each year of Hunger Clean-Up, we work to make not only the Milwaukee community better place but also make our own Marquette students better with the installation of continuous service and love of helping others. Hunger Clean-Up is a powerful example of Marquette’s commitment to sharing its gifts, resources and talent with the greater Milwaukee community. The work done by Hunger Clean-Up reflects the Jesuit tradition of living out one’s faith through action. The goals of Hunger Clean-Up include:​



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