Any Hungry Husky


No Husky should go hungry

The UW Campus Food Pantry envisions a UW community wherein success is not impeded by hunger.

Mission, Vision, and Values

In partnership with Any Hungry Husky, The Pantry helps mitigate the social and academic effects of campus food insecurity. By providing students, staff, and faculty with access to shelf-stable, non-perishable goods and community resources at no cost, we aim to lessens the financial burden of purchasing food and supplement nutritional needs.  

Through regular pantry events, campus food drives, community donations, educational efforts, and broader community engagement, we take steps to reduce hunger, end the stigma of food insecurity, reduce food waste, and advocate for student success.

Student and staff success is predicated on the notion that the needs of the whole person is addressed, and we are helping to address one facet of this need through hunger relief.

The Pantry values:

  • A dignifying shopping experience free of judgement and stigma
  • Cross-sector collaboration and community partnership development
  • Equitable and sustainable food practice, food accessibility, & food justice
  • Educational quality, access, and success

What we do:

  1. Coordinate Food drives
  2. Provide food to students, staff, faculty by hosting Pop-up pantries and individual shopping appointments
  3. Solicit Donations
  4. Provide community resources
  5. Respond to the needs of core audiences: shoppers, donors, administrators

Free offerings may include:

  • 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
  • Kosher, Halal, and other culturally diverse foods
  • Cooking oil
  • Toiletries & household items

Get involved

Host a Food Drive:

The Pantry relies on food drives from UW departments, student groups, individuals, and off-campus partners. To arrange a food drive, please fill out the Food Drive Interest Form or email us directly at

Do you have food you’d like donated from your office? Please call us at 206-543-4972 to arrange pickup/drop off.


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

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!IMG_0772

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 Ethnic Cultural Center front desk, Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm.

To set up a food drive, you can fill out the following form. Contact with any questions.

Need emergency food or other aid?

Contact us or visit UW Emergency Aid offerings.