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Red Bus Project Stops at ISU

NORMAL - You've probably seen a double-decker food truck around the Twin Cities area, but Thursday, another kind of bus stopped by ISU.
NORMAL - You've probably seen a double-decker food truck around the Twin Cities area, but Thursday, another kind of bus stopped by Illinois State University's campus.

This bus is based out of Nashville and has been traveling across the country visiting universities. It's a mobile thrift store, where all of the proceeds go toward grants to help orphans get adopted. Students can also learn about ways they can help in their community.

“Volunteering locally with your foster care agency, finding a family who's adopted and being willing to babysit for free or helping with a fundraiser for someone who's trying to pay for an adoption. There's so many things you can do as a college student that they don't think of because they feel that orphan care is adoption but it can be so many other things,” said Kyndell Dempsey, Red Bus program coordinator.

The bus is in the midst of a 25 college tour. To learn more, please click here.

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