Toolkit: Running a Campus Food Pantry
Hunger and food insecurity are realities everywhere – even on college campuses. As a college education becomes less and less affordable, more students are forced to live on a shoestring budget.
In recent years, this problem has prompted many campuses to establish food pantries to help students in need. New pantries are opening every semester.
Running a campus food pantry is a significant undertaking that requires careful planning and a dedicated team of leaders and volunteers. This toolkit provides the resources that your organization needs in order to create and operate a successful food pantry on your campus.
Learn more and access the toolkit here: https://studentsagainsthunger.org/resources/
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