FSU's 'Global Peace Exchange' hosts Hunger Week events
The Florida State University student organization Global Peace Exchange will host FSU Hunger Week, a series of on-campus events Oct. 17-22 aimed at continuing the spirit and purpose of World Food Day (Oct. 16) by raising awareness of hunger and hunger-related issues on an international and community level. FSU Hunger Week events will show students how they can work to effectively combat hunger, poverty and malnutrition.
All activities are free and open to the public.
Among the scheduled events:
Other FSU Hunger Week activities include the Healthy Food Drive (Oct. 17- 22, designated boxes and barrels in the Center for Global Engagement and Strozier Library) and the Hunger Involvement Fair (Monday, Oct. 17, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Union Green).
Global Peace Exchange is a student organization founded at FSU that coordinates service-based international exchange opportunities for students. Operating on principles of service, education, and sustainability, GPE endeavors to raise awareness of humanitarian issues on campus, and sustain grassroots development projects around the world.
For additional information or a full schedule of events, contact Jane Katte at email@example.com or (850) 443-8614.