Today one in eight people will go without food. Currently over 70,000 individuals in Chester County are struggling to make ends meet. On Nov. 1 and 2 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. in Sykes Ballrooms; WCU students can help provide a nicer Thanksgiving for families affected by HIV/AIDS in Chester County. Visit the Good Cause Café to find bargains while helping others. All proceeds from the book sale and employee bake sale will go to Family Services of Chester County Project ONE.
Keith Burress, AIDS Case Manager commented on the book sale and said, “This is so much more than a good cause… it is a lifesaver. Thank you in advance for the lives you will touch”
Book prices range from 25 cents to $1. Genres include romance, suspense, cookbooks, sci-fi, fiction, non-fiction, home and garden, children’s books and much more. Not only are there great deals on books, but there will be baked goods for sale donated by WCU’s employees.
Now in its eleventh year, expect the relaxing music to be playing and the aroma of coffee to calm students as they stroll through the aisless in search of the perfect winter break or summer read at the “Good Cause Cafe.” Come help families in need by supporting this “Good Cause.” For more information call the Office of Service-Learning and Volunteer programs at 610-436-3379.
Julianne Spadine is a first-year graduate student majoring in counseling. She can be reached at JS658801@wcupa.edu