Loyola University Chicago

Community Service & Action

Division of Student Development

Hunger Week 2016

What is Hunger Week? 

Hunger Week has been a tradition at Loyola for over 40 years. Each year, committed students are selected to create a week of activities and programs that increase awareness of hunger issues and raise funds for local, national and global beneficiaries dedicated to fighting hunger. The student team is responsible for all program logistics, fundraising, promotion, and program facilitation. Through the team’s hard work, Hunger Week remains one of the most recognizable programs on campus year after year!

Through this unique leadership role, Hunger Week Team members have the opportunity to work with passionate students that are committed to fighting hunger on a local, national, and global scale. Our team is currently searching for flexible, enthusiastic, and creative students to implement Hunger Week in early November. Duties vary for each team member and may range from helping with program logistics and facilitation to fundraising and promotion.

The 2016 Hunger Week has been selected. Contact Hunger Week with questions.

For additional questions or interest in collaborations, email hungerweek@luc.edu  


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Help us help our beneficiaries for Hunger Week 2016! All funds raised will directly support our 2016 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:

Hunger Week
Community Service & Action
1032 W. Sheridan Rd.
Damen Student Center Suite 217
Chicago, IL 60660

 Hunger Week 2016 - November 7-13