Members of Keiser University’s eCampus and Office of the Chancellor recently conducted a food drive to benefit the All Saints Mission and Soup Kitchen of Broward County.

The event made the holiday’s a little brighter for area friends and neighbors, as it produced over 250 food items thanks to the efforts of Campus President Sherry Olsen, University Ombudsman Reverend Louise Morley and Assistant Associate Vice Chancellor Marlize Smit along with their Student Services Department, eCampus Cross-Functional Team and Office of the Chancellor colleagues.

With a focus on community service, Keiser University leaders regularly support a variety of meaningful charitable causes and engage in numerous community partnerships, continuing education programs, and more.

By embracing the belief that ‘the best message is a message of love in action,’  All Saints Mission and Soup Kitchen was founded in 1990. It is open daily and welcomes many volunteers who help provide those in need a variety of necessities including meals, clothing, shoes, and more.