Monday, November 25, 2013
WWFF UNC Successful Event
The WWFF Chapter at UNC had a successful event on November 14th, 2013.
The UNC chapter set up a room in the Campus Y at UNC's campus for a dialogue. Three tables were set up: one for discussions about the medical and global aspects of malnutrition, another for discussions about the general background of malnutrition, and a third table with donated food from Mediterranean Deli. Everyone grabbed a plate of food and the officers dispersed across the two tables that the students split up.
In the discussion, interesting questions and conversations arose, and one question asked a couple of times was "Don't some of the children have peanut allergies?" Persia Homesley, the Co-Executive Director of the UNC chapter, told the students that a lot of children in other parts of the world don't have peanut allergies like many children in America do. The students and leaders discussed this topic a bit more, also talking about how our environment shapes who we become. After about twenty minutes, the students switched over to another table, where Persia discussed with a new group of students along with Ashley, our Volunteer Coordinator, and Emma, the other co-executive director of WWFF. The event went on for about a total of an hour and a few students stayed after to talk to the different officers while we closed up. It was great event for educating others more on malnutrition as well as on what Will Work For Food works toward!
Great job UNC, keep up the great work!