Any Hungry Husky

Any Hungry Husky x UW Farm Summer Produce Program

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Who doesn’t love fresh vegetables and herbs that are grown locally and in a sustainable way? UW students* who are on campus in the summer have the opportunity to participate in a mini-CSA program where clients receive a subsidized share of produce weekly from the Farm. The cost to participate is $5/week for 3 OR 6 week sessions.

Shares will start the week of August 15th and last through September 19th. Details TBD; email with questions!
*Students only

Looking for a way to cover the cost? Volunteer at the UW Farm as part of the Harvest Hands Program!
Minimum volunteer shift is two hours. Drop-in any time during the following days and times:
Summer Volunteer Hours at UW Farm beginning June 11th!
 Tuesdays, Wednesdays 10 – 2 @ CUH
*Open to staff AND students!

Sign up to volunteer here!

UW Campus Food Pantry

The Campus Food Pantry allows UW students, staff, and faculty to be supplied with nonperishable groceries and select fresh produce for no cost. Anyone with a Husky ID is eligible to receive support. The Pantry uses a pop-up model with locations in HUB 214 and the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, and runs once a month at each site during the academic year. We also take drop-in appointments for those in need who cannot attend a pop-up.

Summer: Drop-ins only. To request an appointment, please email

The Campus Food Pantry is a member of the College and University Food Bank Alliance.

Food Security grants

The Food Security grant is available to help students meet short-term, immediate needs. The grant is a $100 allotment on a Husky card intended for emergency assistance to purchase food from a UW Housing & Food Services facility. Eligibility is limited to currently enrolled students who have exhausted other funding options, including student loans, and have completed FAFSA or WASFA. Applicants will also talk with a financial aid counselor to see how they can help address long-term food security needs. Click here for more information or to request an appointment with a counselor.

Questions about the Food Security grant: 

Off-campus resources

Within the University District and the greater-Seattle area, there are a number of food banks, housing resources, and supportive services available. Off campus resources

Questions? Email us.