March 24, 2016
by Betsy Chapman
Doing good for humanity is part of the DNA of Wake Foresters. We have an event coming up on April 9th called Pro Humantitate Day that your students can get involved with – and you can participate in your home areas too!
“Last year over 800 Wake Forest Alumni, Parents, and Friends participated in Pro Humanitate Day in 25 cities across the country. Our efforts addressed childhood hunger in our communities and what we can do to help. Pro Humanitate Day 2016 will again focus on this critical issue.
By joining fellow Deacs in your local community and across the nation, you can raise food and awareness to make a difference in the lives of hungry children and their families. Make the choice to connect with old friends and make a few new ones, while doing our part to make sure that no child goes hungry this summer.
We look forward to April 9, 2016 as we will again show the world that #GoodWearsBlack on Pro Humanitate Day.”
Learn how to volunteer with your home WAKECommunity (formerly known as Wake Forest Club). If there’s not a WAKECommunity in your town, you can still participate individually and be a part of our efforts.
Students can hear Lauren Bush, founder of FEED, speak about her company and its efforts to fight hunger.
You can also see a video of last year’s Pro Humanitate Day.
So join us wherever you live and help address childhood hunger!
The Office of Family Engagement provides information and support to Wake Forest parents, guardians, grandparents, and family members. The office maintains the Family Engagement Page of the Wake Forest website, which is the primary vehicle of communication with families, as well as our Facebook and Twitter presence.