"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?"
-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

On January 18th, over 200 UNA students, faculty, and staff came together in commemoration of Dr. King and the fight against injustice. Together, we addressed a community need by packaging 33,000 meals that were distributed throughout local food pantries.

Following the service project was a remembrance march and short program hosted by the Office of Diversity and Institutional Equity.


On January 16, 2017, we'll be partnering with Numana, Inc. for a second time with a goal of 50,000 meals! Mark your calendars now!



Want to know more about the service project?
Numana, Inc. is an organization focused on empowering people to serve the starving through educational, hands-on packaging events. Their events are created to help build unity in a community, facilitate leadership development and educate people about hunger issues while engaging advocacy. To date, Numana events have benefited children and families in The United States of America, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Haiti, Vietnam, El Salvador, Malawi, Honduras, Colombia, South Africa, Rwanda, Philippines,Liberia, Zambia and this is just the beginning…

The Numana meals that are packaged consist of rice, soy protein, freeze-dried pinto beans and a blend of vitamins and minerals targeted to help the immune system of malnourished people.  These ingredients are measured into bags, weighed, sealed, boxed, and prepared for shipment at the events.

To find our more information about Numana, visit their website at www.numanainc.com.

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