Celebrating it’s 10 year anniversary, Campus Kitchens at Gettysburg College is striving to be number one in the nation as it competes against other Campus Kitchens across the U.S. to raise the most money in the Raise the Dough fundraiser — after tying for first in last year’s competition. Last year’s effort raised $8,000 and beat out other larger schools like Georgia Tech and Gonzaga.
There is extra incentive to donate $5 — or increments of 5 for multiple chances — to win a bike from Coca-Cola valued at $200. Comment BIKE RAFFLE at the following link:
A winner will be selected Friday.
Campus Kitchen will be selling SERVO cookies on the first floor of the library from 6-10 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22.
They will be selling challah in CUB on Thursday, Feb 22 from 11:30 am – 1 pm.
While many kitchens use their money to support their operating costs, Gettysburg’s Kitchen raises money to support a local program called Healthy Options. This program helps families in Adam’s County who are experiencing food insecurity to purchase fresh produce at local farmers markets.
Campus Kitchen is a national leader in community service that empowers students to fight hunger across college campuses — with Gettysburg College leading the herd in PA as the first college to become home to a Campus Kitchen. Erin Schroeder, Rebecca Holden and Samantha Pfeffer are the Center for Public Service (CPS) coordinators.