Fall Harvest Feast is an annual turkey dinner that provides a warm meal as well as food and supplies to take away during the long weekend for up to 100 needy UCLA students, community members and their families. The event has been created and produced through volunteer time of staff and students of UCLA, and the food, venue, centerpieces, music, and other supplies are donated through various campus departments, student organizations, and volunteers. The event is supported by the UCLA Volunteer Center, Bruin Resource Center, Community Programs Office, Community Service Commission, Wesley Foundation, University Religious Conference, Residential Life, Swipes for the Homeless, UCLA LGBT Center, and Westwood Village Improvement Association.
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