The Thanksgiving Food Drive, jointly organized by the MMS Black Student Association and the Non-Profit Club, was a huge success. Everyone donated generously, filling several bins and in the end, requiring 2 full car trunks to make the delivery.
The delivery itself was a very fulfilling experience and the dedication of the volunteers at the Durham Rescue Mission was extremely heart-warming. They expressed immense gratitude for the donation not just because of the quantity but also because of the timing of the drop-off, just days before the Thanksgiving holiday. I hope this is the beginning of a great Fuqua tradition!!
The MMS BSA and Non-Profit clubs would like to extend their appreciation to Associate Dean Kathie Amato, Keith O’Hare, the Building Management Office and all the generous students, staff, and faculty who either donated or helped spread the word.