College Volunteers Collected Two Tons of Food at County-Wide Food Drive
(L to R): Qiaobin Lin, Reiko Miyamoto, Yanbin Lin, Pan Jittitnavorn, Martha Rottman, English, Saeed Safaie, Science. Sneha Monzy, Kasuhide Kosugi, Jian Yin He, Yue Feng, Jing Min Cao, Cierzhuma, and George Bejar, Information Technology.
Rockland Community College Volunteers Collected Two Tons of Food
at County-Wide Food Drive
Suffern, NY - More than 50 SUNY Rockland students, faculty and staff collected two tons of food from supermarkets across the county on April 25.
All collected foods were donated to People to People of Nanuet, a charity that provides much needed food, especially around the holidays, to the people of Rockland.
The following stores granted permission to the College to conduct the food drive on their premises:
- Stop & Shop—Mount Ivy
- Shop Rite—Garnerville
- Shop Rite—Tallman
- DeCicco Marketplace—New City
- Stop & Shop—West Nyack
- A&P—Valley Cottage
For more information, contact John Marra, Coordinator of Student Activities and Volunteer Services at 845-574-4302 or email@example.com
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