Some Troy University students may have looked like they were cutting class to have fun, but they were actually helping to raise money for a good cause.
Members of the Phi Mu Sorority at Troy University held a Teeter Totter Fundraiser to raise money for Project Hope.
Project Hope was founded in 1958 and stands for Help Opportunities for People Everywhere.
It sends medical supplies all over the world, and meets medical needs here in the United States.
So far, the sorority has raised at least $1500 dollars.
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