Thanks to a generous donation of food from the North Cobb Civitan Club, the Chattahoochee Tech Golden Eagle Food Pantry is better able to help students with preparing meals this holiday season.
“The North Cobb Civitan Club focuses on acts of service in our community, and they jumped at the opportunity to help Chattahoochee Tech students,” said the college’s Advancement Coordinator Amanda Henderson, who also serves as secretary for the club. Well over a third of all college students struggle with food insecurity, noted Henderson. This means they are struggling to pay for food and don’t get enough to eat. The Golden Eagle Food Pantry was established in 2019 to help address that need at Chattahoochee Tech.
“Our members feel passionate about making an impact where we live and work,” said North Cobb Civitan Club President Kimberly Warren. Civitan is a worldwide, all volunteer, nonprofit service organization for men and women serve local communities.
For more information about the Chattahoochee Tech Golden Eagle Food Pantry, or to donate, visit: https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/golden-eagle-food-pantry/.