SAL chapters from across the country used the recent Halloween holiday as a way to make an impact in their communities.

The Binghamton University, Purdue University, University of Iowa, and University of Maryland College Park chapters all found fun ways to get into the spirit. For example, Binghamton took part in two Halloween events, with the chapter painting pumpkins and hosting a Trunk or Treat food drive event.

Meanwhile, the Purdue University hosted a Halloween Party. During the party, chapter members snacked on cookies as they made cards to be sent to troops overseas.

Our University of Maryland College Park chapter involved their local community in their  Trick or Can event. The chapter distributed donation bags to members of the community as part of their Food Fight Against Hunger efforts. The event went very well, with the chapter collecting over 100 items. Likewise, our University of Iowa chapter collected 25 items with their own Trick or Treating for Canned Food event.

We’re proud of all of our chapters that made a difference through this holiday! Keep doing terrific things this fall!

UMD Trick or Can
Binghamton Trunk
Binghamton Pumpkin

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