One of my favorite thing about being a part of the Holy Names University community is that one of the core values of the school is to give back to the local community and always care for others. This last fall semester of 2012 was no exception as Holy Names University participated in several community service projects and raised awareness for countless causes.
One of the best parts of the end of the fall semester is the chili charity cook-off where the university raised $231.40 that all goes to the Alameda County Community Food Bank (ACCFB).
This donation will play a vital role in support what they do which is to help families get healthy and hearty food on the table! In addition, the students also collected 498 pounds of food during our annual food drive for the ACCFB.
Congrats to Holy Names University for supporting the community!