WVTF, the Roanoke-based public radio station, featured Campus Kitchen at Washington and Lee in a segment that ran on July 24, 2013.
Titled "W&L's Campus Kitchen Feeds Minds and Bellies," the piece by WVTF's Beverly Amsler included in an interview with Jenny Davidson, coordinator of Campus Kitchen and advisor to Volunteer Venture and Nabors Service League.
CKWL was the winner of a Governor's Volunteerism and Community Service Award earlier this year.
It’s not your typical, run of the mill soup kitchen. Instead of the homeless coming to them, the Campus Kitchen Project at Washington & Lee University travels throughout Rockbridge County. Volunteers take about 2,000 home cooked meals to those in the community including homebound seniors and the Magnolia Center, a day support program for adults with intellectual disabilities.
Listen to the audio and read the story at http://myw.lu/11e8vsV