Hunger Project

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Hunger Project is a community service organization dedicated to serving the houseless, housing insecure, and food insecure populations. Consisting of about sixty student volunteers, we host regular volunteer sites throughout the quarter that provide our members with hands-on experience in giving back to these underserved populations while also taking initiative in helping them reintegrate back into society. We partner with multiple service organizations in the Greater Los Angeles Area to host our volunteer sites, which includes cooking a meal for shelter residents at PATH, helping out at a mobile shower at The Shower of Hope, serving food to campus populations with Bruin Dine, and much more. In addition to our regular volunteer sites, our growing Advocacy and Public Outreach Committee hosts quarterly campus-wide events to promote issues concerning homelessness, involving collaborations with other UCLA organizations, as well as outreach to local advocates and politicians. Hunger Project is a diverse and intensive organization with goals to decrease the stigmas surround houseless, housing insecure, and food insecure individuals.

Signatories: Melis Kasaba, Samar Padder, and Zachary Godick

Advisor: Pamela R Cysner

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