WINONA, Minn. (FOX 47) -- Some students at Winona State University are doing their part to help those less fortunate.
Members of the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity have been sleeping outside on campus since Tuesday. They're collecting food and clothing as part of their Homeless for the Homeless drive.
"Homelessness in this area is an issue too," said student and Pi Lambda Phi president, Patrick Christner. "We have people that are living down by the levy and it's unfortunate."
This year's Homeless for the Homeless drive wraps up on Friday. Pi Lambda Phi has held the event for the past five years.
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