Religious Association Begins WWII Food Drive

Tue., Mar. 11, 1941

The Dickinson College Religious Association began a drive to raise funds for food for war-weary residents of England and unoccupied France.  The Association asked every student to donate one penny per meal eaten for the extent of the drive.  The money was to be given to the Friends Service Fund for use in procuring and transporting food.


Dickinsonian, Mar. 13, 1941, pg. 1.