Marquette University’s guiding value of service - developing men and women in the struggle for a just society - is evident through our community engagement, efforts through service and partnerships with local agencies. Hunger Clean-up is Marquette University's largest and longest-running day of service. Since its beginning in 1989, over 34,000 students, faculty, staff and alumni have served with community partners in the city.  Hunger Clean-up is one of the many ways we can connect with our mission and more importantly,  connect with Milwaukee through service.  hcu picture

Hunger Clean-up is open to all members of the Marquette community. By serving, you can increase awareness, support and allocate resources for local nonprofits.

This year, Hunger Clean Up will take on a new form in a week-long Hunger Clean Up event! During the week of April 12th-17th, participants will have the opportunity to visit local Milwaukee Black and Brown owned businesses, raise funds for our Community Spotlight, Milwaukee Women's Center, reflect and participate in service in Milwaukee on Saturday, April 17th! 

Hunger Clean-up Comunity Spotlight

Each year, the Hunger Clean-up team selects a community spotlight; a local non-profit working for the betterment of Milwaukee community members. Hunger Clean-up's 2021 community spotlight is Community Advocates-Milwaukee Women's Center (MWC). As a division of Community Advocates, Milmcw logowaukee Women's Center's mission is to provide innovative, culturally competent holistic care that empowers women, men, and children to live safe, independent and healthy lives. Click HERE to learn more about MWC.


The community spotlight is the beneficiary of our fundraising efforts. Please donate today! 

Support Hunger Clean-up 2021

T-shirts are available for a donation to the Milwaukee Women's Center

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