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Help College Students Feed America's Hungry

GreaterGood is proud to support these students, who are taking a great idea to eliminate unnecessary food waste at cafeterias and turning it into a grassroots effort to help the hungry. With your assistance, the Food Recovery Network (FRN) can add even more chapters and help even more people.

One year after their launch, FRN has donated more than 108,000 pounds of food to
those in need. In 2012, six new
chapters began at: Providence College, University of Texas at Austin,
Scripps/Harvey Mudd/Claremont McKenna, Rhode Island School of Design,
University of Michigan, and Rochester Institute of Technology. FRN also continues at their original locations: University of Maryland College
Park, Brown University, Pomona College, and University of California

In 2013, FRN wants to help college students across the nation launch their own chapters. Already they are receiving dozens of applications from interested students. Can you help them make this dream a reality? And feed even more hungry Americans today?  Pass this video to your friends and let people know about FRN.

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