Feb 5, 2014, 1:47 PM EDT
The Tribe of William & Mary men’s gymnastic team recently continued its longtime support of the local Williamsburg, Va., community with a sponsored food drive.
In late January, for about one week long, the team sent out notifications and flyers around campus and the school’s local town and eventually called for donations, in which the team received a decent amount of goods to support its cause. Ultimately, the aTribe collected nearly 3,000 pounds of canned goods in connection with ‘FISH’ a local food bank.
Coach Cliff Gauthier told tribeathletics.com, “Our men’s gymnastics team has always felt that the canned food drive is one way we can give something back to our Williamsburg community. We are thrilled to be able to support an outstanding, community-oriented food pantry like FISH.”
Impressively, it was the sixth straight year that the team has sponsored a food drive in support of FISH. To read the complete story and to learn more, click this link.
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