Posted by Dustin Luecke on Nov 04, 2019
RAH President-Elect Nominee Josh Mansee made headlines discussing the impact of this year's iFeed
The fifth annual iFeed food drive brought together teams spanning generations to feed the need both at home and abroad. Having collected more than 35,000 non-perishable food items, volunteers also packed more than 97,000 nutritious meals to send to Nicaragua.
The meals contain rice, protein, vitamins and dry vegetable powder. As quoted by WXOW, Mansee talked about the critical the need for these meals.
“The students…when they get hungry and lunchtime comes they’ll go home and they won’t come back,” Mansee said. “But when we have a meal [for the students], they stay in school longer during the day and until they’re older. So it really helps with that education, literacy and all of those things that are so important in the developing world.”
RAH's packing team also won the "Best Dressed" award for their ugly sweater style. A reminder, signup for the Ugly Sweater 5K is underway. Click here to register!