November 6, 2017:    A team of Southern Adventist University students and volunteers packed thousands of meals for families in the Caribbean that are recovering from natural disasters such as hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

The nutrient-dense meals were packed on Sunday, November 5 in cooperation with the Feed My Starving Children foundation.

When local TV station News Channel 9 reported on the project, over 58,000 meals had been packed and organizers expected to pack more than 100,000 by the time the event was over.

Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children is a Christian non-profit. It arranges the packaging and distribution of food to individuals in developing countries. The organization has worked in more than 70 countries.

Southern Adventist University is an Adventist college in Collegedale, Tennessee. It is owned and operated by the Southern Union Conference of the denomination. It has approximately 3000 students.

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