Greek organizations partner with Fairfield Police to address food insecurity – Times-Herald

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Members of nine fraternities and sororities representing the National Pan-Hellenic Council Solano County will collect and deliver food donations to the Fairfield Police Activities League (PAL) on Saturday as part of their shared program commitment to address food insecurity in low-income communities.

The event will take place at noon at 2195 Union Avenue in Fairfield.

“Access to enough nutritious, affordable food is a huge barrier to low-income families who deserve to live healthy, vibrant lives in our community,” said NPHC President Dr. Aleisha Dobbins. “Together, our chapters are reaching out to the PAL program to help close this gap and meet this critical need with the families and youth they are serving.”

According to the organization’s website, each of the nine NPHC fraternities and sororities was designed to foster brotherhood and sisterhood and serve as conduits by which action plans could be formulated to influence social action and change in the black community.

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