C.A.N.S. Around the Oval: 2019 Results

For C.A.N.S Around the Oval 2019, SLiCE’s Service Liaison Team aimed to enhance the creativity, accessibility, and education within the month-long fund/food drive program and longtime CSU tradition. Beyond donating, SLiCE encouraged folks to volunteer, educate themselves and others, and be innovative with their “mini” food/fund drives.  New and traditional ways to participate were suggested to enhance the quality and quantity of CANtributions and better meet today’s community needs, as well as SLiCE’s and the Food Bank for Larimer County’s goals.  Great strides were made possible by the many levels of engagement CANtributed from thousands of participants and supporters.

A GIANT thank you to individual donors, volunteers, promoters, departments, students, community organizations, and K-12 school!

2019 Overall Results

  • $51,966.53 (totaling 103,933 meals) donated
  • 17,918 pounds of non-perishable, nutritious food donated
  • 534 unique online donors (138 more than last year); approximately 10,000+ CANtributed overall
  • 133 volunteers for SLiCE’s World Food Day programs (C.A.N.S. Around the Oval and Rams Against Hunger’s Day of Giving/Meal Swipe Program)

To view photos from this year’s C.A.N.S. Around the Oval, click here.

To learn about the qualitative achievements this year, check out this SOURCE article!

To learn more about the quantitative achievements this year, see below.

Based on a new point system, where pounds of food, monetary donations, volunteer hours, and competing against fellow teams were factored into to overall totals, below are the winners for each category of the 2019 C.A.N.S Around the Oval Friendly Competition.  To learn more about the point breakdown, click here.

 

Top Overall Donors

(1st Overall) College of Business – 74,619 points (or $14,560 and 609 pounds of food and 13 volunteers)

(2nd Overall) Office of the Vice President for Research and Divisions – 43,667 points (or $9,512.27 and 31 pounds of food)

(3rd Overall) Rocky Mountain High School – 27,583 points (or $3,627.25 and 4,723 pounds of food)

(Overall Honorable Mention) Kinard Middle School – 25,980 points (or $4,108.99 and 2,718 pounds of food)

 

CSU Colleges/Departments

(1st) College of Business – 74,619 points (or $14,560 and 609 pounds of food and 13 volunteers)

(2nd) Office of the Vice President for Research and Divisions – 43,667 points (or $9,512.27 and 31 pounds of food)

(3rd) College of Agricultural Sciences – 9,618 points (or $2,065.53 and 734 pounds of food and 6 volunteers)

(Honorable Mention) Administration Building (1st and 2nd Floor) – 9,467 points (or $2,795 and 34 pounds of food and 2 volunteers)

 

CSU Student Groups

(1st) Dean’s Student Leadership Council, College of Business – 9,796 points (or $1,844 and 38 pounds of food and 5 volunteers)

(2nd) Student-Athlete Advisory Committee – 5,625 points (or $1,120 and 12 pounds of food)

(3rd) Microbiology Student Association – 1,000 points (or $200)

(Honorable Mention) Kappa Kappa Gamma – 840 points (or $168)

 

K-12 Schools

(1st) Rocky Mountain High School – 27,583 points (or $3,627.25 and 4,723 pounds of food)

(2nd) Kinard Middle School – 25,980 points (or $4,108.99 and 2,718 pounds of food)

(3rd) Lesher Middle School, an IB World School – 5,871 points (or $948.50 and 564 pounds of food)

(Honorable Mention) Bethke Elementary – 3,764 points (or 1,882 pounds of food)

 

Community Organizations

(1st) St. Joseph Catholic Church “Works” Youth Ministry – 1,459 points (or $273 and 47 pounds of food)

(2nd) Semester at Sea – 1,383 points (or $230 and 117 pounds of food)

(3rd) Cooper Home – 770 points (or 135 pounds of food and 18 volunteers)

(Honorable Mention) Allium Church – 85 points (or 42 pounds of food)

 

Random Acts of Kindness

From 50+ individuals, not CANtributing on behalf of a team, but still giving $969, 209 pounds of food, and volunteering at least 10 hours of time to World Food Day – thank you!

 

Shout Outs

Thank you to CSU Motorpool for donating vehicles to use for Collection Day pick up at K-12 schools!

Thank you to Pizza Casbah for donating half of the pizzas distributed to volunteers at Collection Day!

Thank you to Julesbee Lifestyle Photography for donating their time and effort to beautifully capturing the event through photography and videography.

To learn of a specific participating team’s exact totals (i.e. points, pounds of food, dollars, volunteer numbers, etc.), please contact Sarah Stephens at sarah.stephens@colostate.edu.