It builds upon ETSU's history of philanthropic culture and service on the campus by creating new collaborative learning opportunities for students in a variety of academic departments and disciplines;
It provides the exploration of the sociological impact of poverty and hunger on certain cultural groups;
And it educates students, faculty, and staff about resources available to them on and off campus; helps them gain entry into any government assistance programs [desired and or needed] by providing guidance; and sharpens budgeting skills.
"Our family is new to Johnson City. Griffin was glad to give back to his new community. We hope other kids will join him in supporting Bucky's mission."
Griffin & Garret Moyler and Neiner Ferguson