Hunger Week 2014: November 3rd to November 9th
In Cook County, one in six people face food insecurity. It is this unfortunate reality that Loyola’s annual Hunger Week seeks to change, said Megan Barry, director of Community Service and Action. “Hunger Week has existed at Loyola for 40 years, and sadly, that’s because hunger is still an issue in our world, even though we don’t hear about it every day in the news,” she said.
Join us in our fight to educate, advocate, and fund-raise during Hunger Week 2014, November 3rd to the 9th. This year’s beneficiaries include A Just Harvest, the Society of St. Andrew, and The Hunger Project—all groups dedicating to ending hunger at a local, national, and international level.
Interested in getting involved?
A link to the Hunger Week 2014 schedule will be up soon!
Make a donation!
Help us help our beneficiaries for Hunger Week 2014! All funds raised will directly support our 2014 beneficiaries and help fight hunger on a local, national, and international level. See the box at the top right of this page for more information on these carefully selected non-profits.
Checks can be made payable to Loyola University Chicago, with "Hunger Week" in the memo line and mailed to:
Community Service & Action
1032 W. Sheridan Rd.
Damen Student Center Suite 217
Chicago, IL 60660