No Husky should go hungry
The UW Campus Food Pantry (The Pantry) is a reliable resource for no-cost food. We believe everyone should have access to nutritious, wholesome food in order to live healthy and successful lives.
- Canned fruit and vegetables
- Canned chicken, tuna, and salmon
- Soups and stews
- Peanut or other nut butters
- Shelf stable milk and dairy alternatives
- Cereal, pasta and grains
- Cooking oil
The Pantry relies on volunteers who are committed to ensuring every community member has access to healthy and wholesome food.
To join the Pantry volunteer team, fill out our volunteer interest form.
To volunteer as a group (RSOs, Greek chapters, etc.), email email@example.com.
All volunteers are required to complete a short training course. Volunteer opportunities are filled on a rolling basis.
We accept monetary and in-kind donations. We appreciate your support!
To make a monetary contribution, you can visit the giving page and make a gift to the Husky Hunger Relief Fund. The Husky Hunger Relief Fund helps stock and sustain the Campus Food Pantry, and supports other food security initiatives on campus. A $25 donation provides 4-5 days’ worth of food for one UW community member.
To donate food, you can drop off items at the HUB information desk on the first Friday of every month from 9am-5pm. You can also drop off items at the Ethnic Cultural Center front desk, Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm.