Passion Partners representatives spoke to Belmont students on Monday, Feb. 23 to promote four ongoing projects aiding African countries. The non-profit is currently working with Belmont Nurses Christian Fellowship to gain support for their Purity Project, a program that teaches African girls about self-worth and the love of Christ while providing hygiene products to keep the girls in school.
On March 16, there will be an event at Sweet Cece’s in Hillsboro Village with three performers from 7-9 p.m. to collect donations and feminine hygiene products, and 20 percent of the proceeds from the evening will go to the Purity Project. There will be donation boxes placed around campus leading up to the event. The organization hopes to reach its goal of collecting 10,000 pads.