The CCEL join forces with the NH Food Bank to give back to the Manchester Community. (image credit: Give a Little, Feed A Lot)

The Center of Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) is proud to announce the seventh annual Give a Little, Feed a Lot food drive. With such, they are looking for volunteers who want to give something back to their community and make a positive change.

Taking place Saturday September 12 (rain date September 13) from 9:30-12:30 p.m. students, staff, faculty, and alumni will join together in service to gather pre-constructed bags of food from the North End of Manchester.

Last year, 156 volunteers worked together and collected more than 5,960 pounds of food for the New Hampshire Food Bank. Over the past six years, CCEL has collected more than 40,000 pounds of food.

Those seeking to volunteer can sign up in the CCEL office located in Stark 14 or by visiting the CCEL Facebook page.

For more information on how you can get involved and find your place on campus, stop by the CCEL Open House on September 23 between 2-4 p.m. in Stark 14 or email

Megan Palmer
Megan is an alumna of SNHU, formally the Editor-in-Chief of the Penmen Press. She was an English Language and Literature major with minors in communication and education, and she dedicated herself to the growth and success of SNHU's student-led newspaper. In addition to the Penmen Press, Megan also worked in the Deborah L. Coffin's Women Center, conducted extended research projects with SNHU's club for undergraduate research, and sang with her barbershop chorus.

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