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S.T.O.P. Hunger


S.T.O.P. Hunger- Students Take on Poverty and Hunger- is part of the local service cluster in Campus Ministry.  S.T.O.P Hunger is a community of PC students committed to addressing issues of local and global poverty and hunger through direct service, advocacy, and education.  The group’s work is driven by solidarity with those served, faith, and building relationships within the ministry.  Volunteers can engage in numerous weekly service opportunities at Providence meal sites including: St. John’s, St. Charles’s, Joslin Community Center Food Bank, and Mathewson Street Church.  Also, new this year, once a month students can volunteer at the My Brother’s Keeper site in Dartmouth, MA.  The group coordinates transportation to all of these sites.  Also, S.T.O.P Hunger coordinates different events throughout the school year: the Oxfam Hunger Banquet during the fall semester, and the 30 Hour Fast and the Rock Against Hunger during the spring semester.



S.T.O.P. Hunger is always looking for new participants to either volunteer off campus or help out with the on-campus events.  Meetings are held weekly on Thursdays at 6 p.m. in Room B of the Campus Ministry Center. 

Questions? Feel free to contact Elizabeth Nako.

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