3,592 pounds of food collected for Second Harvest Food Bank

After conducting its 29th annual food drive from Monday, Oct. 21, through Monday, Oct. 28, the Mercyhurst College Campus Ministry was able to donate 3,592 pounds of nonperishable food items from members of the Mercyhurst College family and from those living in the neighborhoods surrounding the college campus, all of which benefits the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania.

The Mercyhurst College Campus Ministry wants to extend a large thank you to those who supported the group’s annual food drive for Second Harvest Food Bank. 

During last year’s drive, 3,100 pounds of food was collected.

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