Support Student Life Pantries for students in need this Giving Tuesday
Nov 24, 2023One in 3 college students struggles with food insecurity, * directly impacting their ability to stay in school and graduate.
Last year, CCBC Student Pantries supported 950 students who visited 6,521 times and received 22,327 non-perishable food items, personal-care products, and school supplies. This year, the Student Engagement Office installed five new food lockers at its three main campuses to provide students with 24-hour access to food and essential items.
Throughout November, we invite the community to support the Student Life Pantries on the CCBC Catonsville, Dundalk, and Essex campuses as part of our Giving Tuesday campaign. Donations to keep the pantries stocked make a critical difference in providing nutritious food and other essential items to students in need.
As the holiday season approaches and more students seek help, your support of CCBC Student Pantries helps ensure no student goes hungry. Please give now.
*Source: 2021 Hope Center Survey Report