Soup Kitchen Volunteering

On more than one occasion this semester, SAL members at Rowan University went to a local church to help out with their soup kitchen.

Volunteering to cook and/or serve meals at places like homeless shelters, soup kitchens, and even places like Ronald McDonald Houses is a way many of our chapters have given back to their communities over the years. In this case, Rowan members prepared and cooked the food and then served the members of the community when they arrived.

“This was such a rewarding experience. There wasn’t a dull moment. Not only did we get to make someone else’s day, but we got to know and make connections with each other. The members and I loved every moment of it and we cant wait to go back,” recalled Chapter President Ciara Bouyer.

To learn more about the Rowan University Chapter, click here.


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