LeBow Staff Volunteers at Philabundance

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  • LeBow UG student services professionals volunteer at Philabundance.

On Tuesday, June 18, the Undergraduate Student Services team joined other companies from the Philadelphia area and volunteered a day of service at Philabundance. Together the team helped to package 1,217 boxes of food for families in need — over 36,000 pounds of food.

Philabundance was created in 1984 to ensure that no child, woman or man go hungry. Its growth and eventual integration with the Philadelphia Food Bank in 2005 has made it the region’s largest hunger relief organization.

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