Sleepless for the homeless

Numb toes and sleepless nights will be in the cards for Brian Chungwing, Adam Gold and Josh Redler. The three John Molson School of Business students are taking part in 5 Days for the Homeless, a fundraising campaign where they will experience living on the street.

Numb toes and sleepless nights will be in the cards for Brian Chungwing, Adam Gold and Josh Redler.
The three John Molson School of Business students are taking part in 5 Days for the Homeless, a fundraising campaign where they will experience living on the street.
While they have received a lot of food and aren’t afraid of going hungry, the cold remains a major hurdle to overcome. The students hope to raise $15,000 for Dans La Rue, a Montreal group that helps homeless and disenfranchised youth.

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