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  • Twin Towers

    Community service has been an important part of life at Wofford for decades. Twin Towers, which promotes service on the campus, in the community, and to the world, was developed to provide opportunities for students to be involved in various service activities with a variety of groups.

  • Inside Service Learning

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    Children & Youth

    Twin Towers works to provide kids with a safe environment in which to enjoy themselves by hosting various events on campus during the year.

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    Faith-Based Ministries

    Faith-Based Ministries consists of area ministries which provide social services for the community, and national/international ministries which include a faith component.

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    Hospitals, Health Care & Disease Awareness

    Twin Towers promotes observing national awareness days, and does its part to educate the community and raise money for research programs.

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    Hunger & Homelessness

    Hunger and Homelessness is a problem we face not only in the global community but also in our local community. Learn how to get involved.

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    Literacy & Education

    Twin Towers supports various organizations that promote literacy and education both in our local community and around the world.

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    Multilingual & Multinational

    Twin Tower’s Multilingual and Multinational community is a service area that hopes to welcome people of all cultural backgrounds from the Spartanburg area to Wofford College for various events.

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    Mission & Vision

    It is the mission of Twin Towers to provide the members of the Wofford College community with access to service agencies on campus and in the Spartanburg Community. For more information contact Amy Simpkins '13 or Lindy Pence '14.