‘It’s Spooky to be Hungry’ campaign starts in North Augusta
Not everyone can take for granted they will receive a nourishing meal and know when the next one will come.
That’s why Southern Wesleyan University in North Augusta and Golden Harvest Food Bank will join forces again to fight hunger during October for “It’s Spooky to be Hungry,” a campaign to support this important work benefiting the area’s less fortunate.
From Oct. 2 - 20, when a prospective student drops a donation off at Southern Wesleyan University’s North Augusta learning center at 802 E. Martintown Rd., Suite 101, Southern Wesleyan will waive the application fee for any of its upcoming programs, onsite or online.
Golden Harvest needs donations of non-perishable, commercially prepared food, especially canned fruits, canned vegetables, canned meats and pasta. No donations in glass containers or baby food formula can be accepted.
“Last year we donated a great deal to those less fortunate in our area. This year, I hope we can do the same,” said Jason Norton, regional director at the North Augusta learning center.
For details, contact Norton at (803) 426-7981 or email .
With regional education centers conveniently located across South Carolina, as well as fully online programs for select degrees, Southern Wesleyan University is a Christ-centered, student-focused learning community devoted to transforming lives by challenging students to be dedicated scholars and servant-leaders who impact the world for Christ. For details about degree programs, visit swu.edu.