Princeton Prospect Foundation helps to organize and support the eating clubs in community service efforts, in which all of them engage. Each club has a Community Service Chair, and many clubs have members who coordinate sustainability initiatives. The Community Service Chairs, representatives from the PACE Center for Civic Engagement, and other campus organizations come together for a dinner each month so that club members can work together on innovative ideas for civic and community engagement. The most visible and comprehensive community service project is the annual TruckFest fundraising event which engages the efforts of over 200 students in many capacities. 

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Past Reports