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The Eighth Annual Back To School Jam featured Christian performing artists.

West Baltimore Clergy United (WBCU) distributed school supplies and food to families during their Eighth Annual Back to School Jam, Aug. 16, on the campus of Coppin State University in Baltimore.

An outreach by the WBCU to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the community, the event featured Christian performing artists; rappers Da Voice and Tornado 4:18, The Tabernacle Praise Dancers, singers Brian Paul and Tiffany Jeffers and poet/rappers Word & Rap.

In addition, Northwest Hospital, BGE, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, University of Maryland Medical Center and the Baltimore City Department of Social Services provided information on community resources.

Held in partnership with Feed The Children International, the team gave food and toiletries to 400 families and school supplies to approximately 2,000 children in the community.

More information can be found at The WBCU’s website (www.unitedclergy.com) and their facebook page (www.facebook.com/WBCUBackToSchoolJam.)