Hunger Clean-Up is Marquette’s largest service project with over 27,000 volunteers since it originated in 1989. This year students participated in the 23rd annual Hunger Clean-Up event to increase awareness, support, and resources for local programs addressing issues of poverty. Nearly 2,000 students served at almost 70 nonprofit worksites, such as food banks, homeless shelters and countless other organizations, to help better the community and connect with others. Thanks to generous sponsorships and donations, Hunger Clean-Up has been able to grant 3 worksites with a $3,000 scholarship. The recipients of the grant have been able to use the money to reach out to more Milwaukee residents in need and better their services.