The 2019 Ending Hunger on Campus campaign has concluded.
Thank you to everyone that helped support the cause!
Ending Hunger on Campus in Maine
Proudly supporting our University of Maine System communities.
From November 25 through December 31, UCU is shining a light on the food pantries that help those within our campus communities. Across the state, there are eight UMS-based food pantries that need support and we ask that you, our members and friends, help contribute to our neighbors in need on campus by donating. These campus food pantries help students, employees and others in the campus community, and while the total need is unknown, there are many who are already receiving assistance from these locations.
In 2019, our goal is to continue to create support for these food pantries to sustain and grow their resources. UCU will match all donations up to a total of $25,000!
To learn more about a campus food pantry, please visit the links below:
Black Bear Exchange - University of Maine Lisa Morin, Coordinator.
Assists 25 people per week.
Campus Food Pantry - University of Southern Maine Madeleine Lutts, Graduate Assistant, Commuter Student Services.
Assists 20 people per day, to supplement a meal or take home a meal to cook.
Thrifty Beaver - University of Maine at Farmington Luke Kellett, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Sustainability Coordinator.
Assists 15 people per week, often students utilize grab-n-go items.
UMPI Emergency Food Pantry - University of Maine at Presque Isle Shirley Rush, BSW Program Coordinator, Professor of Social Work.
Assists 10-12 students per week.
Bengal's Outreach Food Pantry - University of Maine at Fort Kent Nikolas Lallemand, Director Student Support Services.
Regularly assists 30 students per month.
UMM F.O.O.D. Club - University of Maine at Machias (Food Outreach Opportunities with Dignity) H. Lori Schnieders, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology.
Assists 30-75 people per week.
UMA Community Cupboard - University of Maine at Augusta Rose Pelletier, Coordinator of Student Life.
Assists 15-20 people per week.
Food for Thought - University of Maine at Augusta - Bangor Lori Googins, Coordinator of Student Life.
Assists 20 people per week.