Students in the UT College of Business and Innovation class Managerial and Behavioral Processes are participating in Nightingales Noodles, a fundraiser to support Nightingales Harvest, which provides a free food pantry for cancer patients.
The fundraiser will be held Sunday, Nov. 16, from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Resurrection PNCC Church, 1835 West Temperance Road, Temperance, Mich.
Adults can eat for $10, children 9 and younger can eat for $5, and UT students also can eat for $5.
“Financial hardship often accompanies a cancer diagnosis — be it from the cost of the treatment itself or in lost wages when the patient or caregiver has to stop working,” Lisa Kronbach-Eisenbach, Nightingales Harvest founder, said. “Nightingales Harvest helps address this gap in local services by being the only free food bank for cancer patients and their families in the region.”
The class also participated in a fundraising event earlier this year.
“Nightingale’s Harvest appreciates Dr. Laura Williams and her University of Toledo students for their successful fundraiser spaghetti dinner,” Kronbach-Eisenbach said. “Their efforts helped with making over the kitchen and increasing the space so that we can better serve cancer families in the community.”