Auburn College of Human Sciences students fight food insecurity through Summer Sustenance Project
A single meal is something many people take for granted but for several families and children in the Auburn area, food insecurity is a very real problem. Human Development and Family Science students at Auburn University are stepping in to help through the Summer Sustenance Project that is gaining momentum with each passing month.
The project actually began last Thanksgiving when students in Caroline Payne-Purvis’ Human Development and Family Sciences class came up with an idea to try and help two families in need during the holiday.
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