Join us on Thursday, September 19 at a private home in Westwood in Los Angeles (address to be shared with registration confirmation) for a timely Back to School event to learn about the issue of college student hunger. While enjoying delicious local food and drinks, meet the students who are leading the movement and learn about the leading solutions for this issue. The days of ramen noodles are over.
About Swipe Out Hunger
Swipe Out Hunger is a national nonprofit committed to ending college student hunger. It partners with colleges and universities to provide financially and logistically efficient anti-hunger programs. The organization’s flagship program, “The Swipe Drive,” allows students to donate their extra meal plan swipes to their peers who face food insecurity on campus. Recognized for its entrepreneurial nature, Swipe Out Hunger has been named an Obama White House Champion For Change and its founder, Rachel Sumekh, has landed a spot on the Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list. From its beginnings as a grassroots movement at UCLA in 2010, Swipe Out Hunger has since served 1.7 million nourishing meals across 32 states and more than 80 campuses. For more information, visit swipehunger.org.