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Farmingdale State Students Collect For Island Harvest

Helping those in need a top priority for campus community.

From left, Chi Alpha Epsilon President Candice George and Treasurer Kuturie Rouse with some of the goods collected at Farmingdale State College for Island Harvest. (Photo credit: Farmingdale State)
From left, Chi Alpha Epsilon President Candice George and Treasurer Kuturie Rouse with some of the goods collected at Farmingdale State College for Island Harvest. (Photo credit: Farmingdale State)
Every year, Farmingdale State College collects food and non-perishable goods for Island Harvest, which rescues and distributes food to hungry people in New York.

This year, students in the Educational Opportunity Program assumed responsibility for this effort. In the words of Chi Alpha Epsilon President Candice George, “The campus response to Chi Alpha Epsilon's Island Harvest food drive demonstrates the significant care and desire to help those less fortunate than ourselves."

"Whether through a monetary contribution or by bringing in various non-perishable goods, helping others in need is definitely a top priority for the Farmingdale State College community,” she said.

 


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