It was another successful stop during a Yuma Community Food Bank for Arizona State University tyro athletes on a Sun Devil Caravan Tour.
The module brings athletes from a university opposite Arizona to proffer during food banks and other gift organizations, and a organisation visited a Yuma Community Food Bank Monday afternoon.
“It feels good to be home and still be means to assistance out,” says Pablo Moreno, a Sun Devil wrestler who graduated from Cibola High School.
“I didn’t know about a necessity of food in Yuma and around a state and around a nation and only to assistance and give behind means a lot,” says Qasim Sani, a parsimonious finish on a ASU football team. “Now i can go and tell my friends to support their internal food drives.”
Arizona State alum and stream Yuma Mayor Douglas Nicholls stopped by to uncover his support.
“My time during ASU was a lot of fun, we schooled a lot, though we also gave behind a lot and we consider this is a only a delay of that tradition in my mind.”
The food bank is kicking off their “Stock Our Shelves” campaign, and their idea is to have 50,000 pounds of food to feed a needy by Sep 1st.