Towson Black Student Union Combats Childhood Hunger

Towson Black Student Union Combats Childhood Hunger

From Kristian Brown

Towson BSU supports “The Baltimore Hunger Project," a program dedicated to eliminating weekend childhood hunger. The organization consistently provides weekend food packages to children identified as food insecure.

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Startling statistics show Baltimore's need for support:

  • 72,000 students in Baltimore city alone are eligible to receive weekend food packages
  • Over 84% of Baltimore City students are considered food insecure
  • 3 out of 4 educators see students who regularly come to school hungry because they do not get enough food at home

These startling figures demand action. We need your help in order for BSU to reach our goal of $2500.  Just 5$ can feed a child all weekend. Our goal will positively impact the lives of 100  children.  Help BSU make a difference in Baltimore!

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