Antioch student helps raise money at Stevenson University

Nubia Deleon, is one of the many students to participate in Stevenson University’s annual service day known as Mustangs Make A Difference (MMAD) Day.

MMAD Day is a university-wide day of service, where clubs and organizations on campus set up varying volunteer opportunities for students to participate in. Some of the service activities included: stream clean-up, book drive, bird feeders, and card making.

RISE came out on top with the most donations, collecting enough money to buy over 800 feminine hygiene products. The National Residence Hall Honorary made nearly 300 flash cards to help students in need of learning aid. M.I.L.E had the third most donations with 200 PB&J sandwiches made for Helping Up Mission in Baltimore City.

There was a total of $789 raised as a result of MMAD Day, and nearly 340 hours volunteered by students. This is the largest success of the program so far!

Congratulations!