CCC Cupboard benefits from Pie
Three Clinton Community College employees were willing to take a pie in the face to fill the CCC Cupboard which benefits students. Instructor Derek Campbell, Advisor Mat Endress, and Associate Director of Business Services Justin Sampson all endured the sweet treat as a result of the recent CCC challenge to fill the pantry.
A total of 242 items were collected for the CCC Cupboard during January with the three pie recipients collecting the most items in their food boxes. CCC President Dr. Brian Kelly commented, “It is great to be part of a team that addresses students' needs and has fun doing it. We are committed to finding ways to help our students be successful.”
The CCC Cupboard is a students-helping-students program designed to combat food insecurity, poverty, and trouble making ends meet.
Derek Campbell receives a pie to the face from a CCC student. Justin Sampson and Mat Endress are “pied” to benefit the CCC Cupboard.
Started in 2018, the Cupboard provides CCC students with food, diapers, hygiene products, and other essentials on an as-needed basis. Donations directly benefit students attending the college. Dean of Students Dr. Michelle Allmendinger stated, “The cupboard is such a wonderful resource for our students, and this was just a really fun way to draw attention to it. As always, I love seeing our students, faculty, and staff step up and help when there is a need.”
To donate to the CCC Cupboard, items such as food, cleaning products, personal hygiene items, diapers, and baby food can be delivered to the Information Desk at Clinton Community College, 1000 Lincoln Blvd., Clinton, IA. For more information, call CCC at 563-244-7001.
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