ALPFA Students Combat Food Insecurity Issues

Four members of Bradley's chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals For America joined the Community Foundation of Central Illinois (CFCI) and its Ending Hunger Together grants program to address food insecurity issues throughout the region. Kamila Achi, Kollynn Rivera, Rebeca Gomez, and Alejandro Mendoza represented the organization at CFCI's program launch. ALPFA recently held a fundraiser on campus and at the kickoff event, they donated their funds and pledged to continue supporting the effort. 

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Kollynn Rivera, Kamila Achi. CFCI CEO Mark Roberts, Alejandro Mendoza and Rebeca Gomez