"Well, we try to provide a place for the people" Arriving on Christmas morning so that they can have a greater sense of community and realize that there are many people here taking care of them and trying to do their best for themselves, but by extension, giving them a little back. "Michael Landram, Department of Exercise Science, said.
" I really feel like no one should be alone at Christmas and that's the subject of all this, you know. It's gratifying, but it's also good to share it with other people in the community, "Pat Vaccaro, director of the Center for Service and Social Justice, told Eyewitness News.
People who attended the breakfast are grateful for all that the university has done for them.
"We are very blessed to be together in the holidays, and we thank Mr. Denaples very much for all the love and kindness he gives to the people. He gives gifts to the community, it means the world for all. Some people here do not have families and that, so we are very blessed, "said Angel Badwak.