Food for Fines helps CUSA Food Centre

Carleton University’s MacOdrum Library held its first Food for Fines campaign and collected more than 60 boxes of food, which is the equivalent of $2,566.50 in library fines. Between March 19 and 15, the library waived $2.00 in fines for every non-perishable food item donated. All the food collected went to the CUSA Food Centre. Featured here are Ingrid Draayer, Head of Access Services, Vivian Cummins, the president of the Librarys Circle of Friends and Garrett Zehr, of the CUSA Food Centre.

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