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In only 60 seconds, Gardner-Webb University students worked to improve the lives of homeless individuals this week. Dozens of students gave a minute of their time to package socks and personal care items for shelter residents during the University’s first “60 Seconds of Service” community outreach project on Thursday, Oct. 9. Participants picked up a pair of socks and stuffed each with wet wipes, deodorant, lip balm, a toothbrush and toothpaste.
Alumni Relations, Community Engagement, homeless, Leah Clevenger, Micah Martin
Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb Students Help Homeless in “60 Seconds of Service”" (2014). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1309.