Join us to learn more about how business can address needs such as food security in our
community. The Soulfull Project is a subsidiary of the Campbell Soup Company that works to deliver nourishing and wholesome food to all Americans by using the buy-one, give-one model. For every serving of The Soulfull Project’s hot cereal purchased, they donate a serving of their 4 Grain cereal to a food bank in that region.
Megan Shea and Chip Heim, Co-Founders of The Soulfull project, will share their perspectives on food security, business as a way to solve community issues, and their experience starting a social enterprise. Conversation will be led by Professor Sara Soderstrom, professor of Organizational Studies and PitE at the University of Michigan. A question and answer portion open to the audience will follow.
The event is free and welcomes all majors and schools as well as the public. Dana 1040 is located in the Dana Building, with access from the Diag and Church Street. REGISTER HERE.
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