WWU Food Recovery Network

WWU Food Recovery Networks supports the efforts made by Poor Magazine, a poor people/indigenous people-led, grassroots non-profit, arts organization dedicated to providing revolutionary media access, art, education, and advocacy to silenced youth, ladies, and elders in poverty across the globe. All proceeds will be going to fund Homefulness in So-called Bellingham, a project led by the Poor Magazine to purchase land and provide rent-free housing for persons experiencing homelessness.

New Grad Challenge!
Thank you! Generous gifts from new grads have unlocked an additional $3,000 in funds!
$3,000 MATCHED
Top Fundraisers!
The WWU Alumni Association will reward the top five areas that secure the most donors with a bonus of $1,000 each. Congratulations to our winners!
Rank Prize Area of Support Donors
1 $1,000 WWU Volleyball 132
2 $1,000 Ice Hockey 127
3 $1,000 Accounting Department 106
4 $1,000 Men's Rowing 102
5 $1,000 Marketing Program 93
HUB International Bronze Sponsorship
Thank you, HUB International, for supporting our Challenge Pool!
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