On behalf of Piedmont Community College’s (PCC) Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International Honor Society members and advisors, I would like to thank members of our college and community for their support and help throughout the 2022-2023 Collegiate Hunger Challenge.
This is the third year PTK members have participated in the statewide Collegiate Hunger Challenge with the goal to reduce food insecurity in our communities. Throughout the fall semester, community members and PCC’s students and employees have generously donated nonperishable food items and toiletries to support those in need. This year, in total, we gathered more than 900 food items and assembled 15 care packages, which were donated to the Christian Help Center to distribute to the community.
Because of the support we received over the last few years, we also developed a garden to grow fresh vegetables on PCC’s Person County Campus. We hope to launch a food pantry to benefit students on both campus locations.
Thank you again for your continued encouragement and helping us grow as leaders at Piedmont Community College, as well as in our community.
Editor’s Note: The writer is a student at Person Early College for Innovation and Leadership and Piedmont Community College, PCC’s Phi Theta Kappa Student President and Food Lion Feeds Student Ambassador
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