Florida Campus SABCA helps local families through 'Scouting for Food'
The shelves are bare for families right here in Port Orange and they need our
help now more than ever. Palmer’s Florida chapter of the Student American Black
Chiropractic Association wanted to help moms and dads put food on the table for
their children. Through "Scouting for Food," SABCA helped the boys and girls
scouts feed families that are going hungry.
Held on November 13 at the local Winn-Dixie market
place, SABCA partnered with the “Second Harvest Food Bank” in distributing food
to families throughout the area.
“We helped by collecting and sorting nonperishable
food items totaling 720 boxes of food that will feed 380 families. We were also
able to use this opportunity to provide education about chiropractic to our
surrounding community by talking to other volunteers and staff members of the
food bank,” said Kanema Morrison, SABCA member and event coordinator.
The mission of SABCA’s
Florida Campus chapter is to empower humanity in the expression of maximum
health, wellness, and human potential through universal chiropractic.