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Campus Kitchen/LWC over halfway to fundraising goal

Still three days to help Campus Kitchen Lindsey Wilson College reach its goal.
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From February 17-24, 2017, CKLWC - Campus Kitchen Lindsey Wilson College - is competing against other Campus Kitchens across the country in the Raise the Dough Challenge to raise money and awareness for our program.

We are over halfway through Raise the Dough and a little bit more than halfway to our goal - please help us keep that momentum!

We can get an additional $750 cash prize for having the most individual donors, which means that even a donation of $10 can make a world of difference for the hungry in our community. Please donate at Raise the Dough for CKLWC! and we're asking that you share with 5 friends! Our current total is $1,370 and our goal is $2,500 to be met by Friday.

And, as of today, CKLWC is in 7th place in the nation on Raise the Dough Challenge Leaderboard

The school that raises the most money will receive a cash prize to go toward their efforts. That funding would mean we are able to build long-term solutions to hunger and food waste, so we're reaching out to everyone to help us win!

About Lindsey Wilson Campus Kitchen program

At the Campus Kitchen at Lindsey Wilson College, we believe hunger shouldn't exist and neither should food waste. Americans waste 40% of the food they prepare, on average, and we take that 40% and repurpose it to serve nutritious and delicious meals to the needy in the community!

Our volunteers recover food from the campus dining center, glean fresh produce from the community garden, and repurpose those foods to create meals that they then deliver to over 55 individuals in the community who are hungry and in need. With the help from our local IGA, our clients are also able to receive weekly grocery bags.

Coming soon: Nutrition education and programming courses because we know that food alone can't solve the problem of hunger.

This story was posted on 2017-02-21 13:45:56
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