Student Food Bank

The PC Student Food Bank exist to provide supplemental food for students in need

 
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The PC Student Food Bank serves all PC students who need help with basic food and school supplies.

Food Bank at a Glance:

The PC Student Food Bank:

  • Serves all PC students who need help with basic food and school supplies.
  • Operates on a charitable donations received from PC students, staff, faculty, community members and local organizations
  • Provides community leadership & volunteer opportunities for PC students
  • Distributes 100% of its food and other necessities to PC students for free

What We Need:

Whenever possible, healthy, non-processed foods are preferred.

  • Non-perishable or durable food, like hard cheeses, fresh and canned fruits & vegetables, canned soup, sugar, honey, flour, oils (vegetables, canola, olive, etc.), pasta, rice, grains, and cereals, nut butters, canned or pouch fish (tuna, kippered herring, salmon, etc.), dry or canned beans, mac & cheese, biscuit/muffin/pancake mixes, crackers, popcorn, desserts, toothpaste, toothbrushes, toilet paper, soap, razors, etc.! Gift cards from the Crossroads Cafe and nearby grocery stores are also appreciated!
  • Also- basic school supplies, like notebooks, portfolio binders, paper, pencils, and pens, colored pencils, and basic backpacks for books

How it Works

To Donate: Drop off your donations at the Student Activities Center anytime its open (see hours posted on Activities Center Door).

To Get Food or Essential Supplies: The PC Student Food Bank supplies are available for free at the Student Activities Center for PC students who are out of food, basic supplies, and lack the money to buy food. The food bank runs on the honor system, and no questions asked. We ask that when your situation improves, you become a PC Student Food Bank donor and replenish what you can.

Contact

Emily Breitbach (Student Representative): emily.breitbach@prescott.edu

Lauren Twohig (Student Representative): lauren.twohig@prescott.edu

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