‘Packing away hunger’ on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
University of Indianapolis students, faculty, staff and their families packed 55,000 meals for people in need today in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. About 300 volunteers participated in the University’s annual “Pack Away Hunger” event to package the meals, which will be distributed to Indianapolis-based organizations serving families in need.
About 300 volunteers helped "Pack Away Hunger" in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. More than 50,000 meals were prepared & distributed to Indianapolis-based organizations serving families in need.
Pack Away Hunger works to battle hunger in Indianapolis and all over the world. The focus of Pack Away Hunger is to provide nutritious meals for families. Each Nutri-Plenty™ meal that is produced provides vitamins and minerals, and contains a healthy mixture of rice, soy, vegetables and flavorings.