“I think the date auction is a great way for the Penn State community to come together and for Greek life, it’s a great way for us to expand our network to groups like Her Campus and Sisters on the Runway,” Matt Magid (sophomore-biology), Delta Upsilon’s vice president of external relations, said.According to Her Campus writer and date auction volunteer, Samantha Grillo (sophomore-broadcast journalism), the men volunteering can either be auctioned off independently or by a group of people.
Taremi (senior-marketing, international business minor), Penn State’s SOTR President, has been working closely with the non-profit before she and current Vice President Lauren Shearer brought it to Centre County in 2013.“My sophomore year of high school, I went to the UMass Amhearst SOTR fashion show and I listened to the speakers, victims from the shelter, saw performances and I was like ‘I need to do this at my high school,’” Taremi said.
A two-month regimen of Plumpy-nut costs just under a dollar a day and will completely save a child from malnutrition.
There will be a Walk for Plumpy’nut on Sunday, April 21st, beginning at 11 a.m.
Wellingtonians can take the chance to view the artwork at Thistle Hall from 29 May to 3 June (between 10.00-17.00) with many pieces available to buy during the week as well as vegan pies and sweet treats.
Some of the Artwork can be bid on all week as part of the silent auction which will run all week and close at 7.30pm on Saturday before the live auction.
Taremi brought SOTR, a non-profit based on raising awareness and fighting against domestic violence, to her high school in 2011.