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Moravian College Accounting Club to raise money for starving children

(Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) – The Moravian College Accounting Club will hold a 50/50 raffle on campus from Monday, March 22 – Thursday, April 22 to raise money for The Milk for Starving Children Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Moravian College alumnus, Eugene Daniel Lucas, CPA, Esq. Tickets are $1 each or twelve for $10. Half of the money raised will be given to the foundation and the other half of the money will be split between ten winners.

The Milk for Starving Children Foundation provides vitamin-fortified powered milk to starving children under the age of six around the world. Collection boxes will be placed around campus to solicit contributions from members of the Moravian College community and visitors.

The drawing will take place on April 22 at “From the Classroom to Work,” an accounting club event. For more information, visit The Milk for Starving Children Foundation website at http://milksavingstarvingchildren.com or call John D. Rossi, III, assistant professor of accounting, Moravian College at 610-861-1380.