Alternative Break: Manhattan, Kansas
K-State students are invited to this service-learning opportunity to make progress on the issues of food and housing insecurity in the Manhattan and Riley County communities.
This break is in partnership with the Riley County Food and Farm Council and together we will be collecting donations for their Kitchen Restore project! This will benefit families in Manhattan who need kitchen supplies and do not have access to them, and this will also be important for the Afghani refugees who will be joining us in Manhattan. Hear from city officials. Serve with local organizations.
Details on times TBA. Sign up by Oct. 25 at https://bit.ly/altbreaknov21.
Cost is $25 per participant; includes food and transportation.
Saturday, November 6, 2021