Photos: SIA Fundraises for One Heartland with Fruit Cups and Hot Cocoa

Fruit cups served at SIA's philanthropy event contained watermelon, pineapple, mango and jicama, a Mexican fruit, and it was topped with Tajin and Tajin Chamoy seasoning (Photo by Cynthia Ramirez).

On Friday Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha hosted a Fruit Cup and Hot Cocoa Fundraiser for their philanthropy event for One Heartland, on the first floor of KC. 

One Heartland is a camp in Minnesota that specifically serves youth who face social isolation and discrimination. Money raised from the fundraiser was donated to One Heartland. 

Prices varied based on what students and staff preferred to get: Fruit cups were four dollars and hot cocoa was two. For both, it was five dollars. 

“Today we are fundraising for two of our philanthropies, One Heartland and Children’s International. We love fundraising and giving back to our community,” said SIA President Stephanie Ledezma. Edith Gonzalez, Los Angeles senior, helped serve students and staff at the event (Photo illustration by Cynthia Ramirez).
A fruit tray filled with watermelon, pineapple, mango and jicama waiting to be served to students and staff (Cynthia Ramirez).
Shayle Campos, Battle Creek senior, serving students at the Fruit Cup and Hot Cocoa Fundraising event at the KC (Photo by Cynthia Ramirez).

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