PCC helps provide meals to local Circles Of Hope program

10 March 2020

During the month of February, Pratt Community College employees and students helped provide meals for the Circles of Hope, Pratt County program. Through the college’s generosity, 102 people, including the program’s Circles Leaders and community allies, were served meals each Monday. PCC employees donated and prepared food to be served at each meeting. Others volunteered to help serve the meals at the First United Methodist Church and clean up.

Employees Susan Mayberry and Jessica Hacker coordinated the project that brought warm smiles and full bellies to  members throughout the community.

Thank you to PCC students, staff, faculty and Administration who helped make a difference in the lives of members in our community.

The Circles of Hope program is part of The Hope Center of Pratt and offers a “hand up” rather than a “hand out” to  those that are struggling financially and want to change their life. The program is part of Circles USA, a program building community to end poverty. If you would like to volunteer for Circles of Hope, Pratt County, contact The Hope Center of Pratt, 620-933-2166 or for more information visit https://www.circlesusa.org/.