***For Immediate Release***
Join us Saturday November 20th as the Zeta Nu Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated host a community service event that will touch the hearts of the Twin Cities.
The Cover the City Blanket Drive and Sleep out for the Homeless, will educate and inspire patrons of the Twin Cities on the importance of giving back to the community during this Thanksgiving season. Doing our part in the battle against homelessness we will also be informing them of the impact and severity of homelessness.
Come out and join us for a day of food, beverages, giving, and an experience that is sure to be memorable!
All are welcome to attend, donate, and, if you like, sleep out with us!!!
Join in as we develop and support a communal Culture for Service and Service for Humanity!!!
Who: The Zeta Nu Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity
What: Cover the City Blanket Drive and Sleep out for the Homeless
Where: North Community YMCA, 1711 West Broadway Minneapolis, MN
When: From 12noon NOVEMBER 20th to 9am NOVEMBER 21st
We are accepting new and used:
· Hand warmers
· Foot warmer
There will be Free Food, Beverages, and Snacks that will be available.
Join us in our effort to COVER THE CITY this holiday season!!!
For more information regarding the sleep out event email: ZNSsecretary@gmail.com
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