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MILWAUKEE — Hunger Clean-Up, Marquette University’s largest day of service, will be held Saturday, April 27. Celebrating it’s 30th anniversary, Hunger Clean-Up is bringing together approximately 1,300 students, alumni, faculty and staff to volunteer at more than 60 service sites around Milwaukee.
Media interested in covering Hunger Clean-Up can find Marquette volunteers at the following locations:
For media inquiries the day of Hunger Clean-Up, please contact Kelly Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 507-7876. There will be opportunities to interview Marquette staff, student volunteers and homeowners at the homes where the work is being done between 10 a.m. and noon.
Members of the media needing to contact Clarke Square should call Ian Bautista at (414) 405-8177.
Give to Hunger Clean-Up
This year’s Hunger Clean-Up Community Spotlight is Walker’s Point Youth and Family Center. The money raised will be directly given back to Walker’s Point, where they will use the money to recreate a youth art therapy program. Online onations are now being accepted on the Hunger Clean-Up 30th Anniversary webpage on Marquette University’s GiveCampus website.
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