Million Meal Movement headed back to school on Saturday, August 21st to participate in Butler University‘s annual day of service. Bulldogs Into The Streets (BITS) gives students the opportunity to build relationships with each other as they get to know and serve their community.
Over 100 Butler students, faculty, alumni and family members chose to pack meals with Million Meal Movement. In two hours they were able to pack 25,000 meals – enough to feed 100,000 Hoosier families of 4.
Originally a program for first-year students, BITS has grown to include participants from the entire Butler community. Our meal packing events are suitable for all ages and abilities. We loved seeing Butler Bulldogs from various walks of life come together to fight hunger.
M3 Crew Member Stacy Scarlett found a packing partner in fellow Hamilton Southeastern High School graduate (now Butler University freshman) Lindsey Schuler.
You might not find retired faculty member Joe Lamberti in the classroom these days, but he’s still an involved Bulldog – especially when it comes to giving back.
Thank you to everyone in the Butler community that spent their Saturday morning with us fighting hunger at home!