Towson Clothing DriveAt Towson University, the Office of Civic Engagement and Leadership organizes Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.

Their latest Awareness Week features a mixture of community service opportunities and awareness-raising events. For their biggest service event, students joined with Clay Pots, a local community center, to clean up and beautify a neighborhood in southwest Baltimore. During the week, volunteers also assembled personal care kits for people experiencing homelessness and made PB&J sandwiches for a local food bank.

To raise awareness and educate the public, the Office of Civic Engagement and Leadership held a panel discussion on local homelessness and a movie screening. They also organized a week-long food and clothing drive to support local food banks and shelters.

Towson H&H Week