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As part of the GenSend ministry to large North American cities, a group of students from Carson-Newman University spent this summer offering comfort to the homeless and the spiritually troubled in Denver.
After a tragic setback this spring, Gwynn, who won second place in the most recent Ignite Retreat pitch competition, keeps planting seeds for combating food insecurity—and promoting mental health—in Greensboro, N.C.
What's it like to be poor? You have to live it to truly understand it, but these Huntingdon students were given a brief glimpse of the challenges in a program developed by the Missouri Community Action Agency.
The foundation will invest $105 million over three years to “support a shift in public and private spending toward foods that are nutritious, regenerate the environment, and create equitable economic opportunity."
This year’s total is the second highest amount the university has ever collected during its annual food drive, called Plates for a Purpose, with the food going to five food pantries in Whitley County, Ky.
“I absolutely love serving the community. As someone who comes from an underprivileged family, I want to help,” said sophomore Lakeeya Brockington, a marketing major who volunteers at the Brookdale Resource Center.
I truly believe that God sees Mountain Outreach, the donors who funded this home build, my family, everything," said beneficiary Amber Hall, a mother of three. "God sees this."
For the 10th straight year, the University of the Cumberlands is helping ensure that elementary school children in the Williamsburg, Kentucky region have good shoes to wear to school every day.