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It’s hard to go to class and study when you’re hungry. According to the Wisconsin Hope Survey on any given day 40% of our students stated, "The food that I bought just didn't last and I did not have enough money to get more." Another 49% stated that "I couldn't afford to eat balanced meals." This is more than just a survey. Employees have known students who have no electricity at home and haven't eaten all day. Starting a food pantry is the first step towards helping the hungry.
There are over 18,000 registered students at Richland College. On any given day, 400 of every 1,000 students do not have enough to eat. It is a sacrifice for some to pay for housing, books, gas, electricity, daycare, and medication.
By dropping off donations in the Office of Student Life, El Paso Hall room E-040. Items often needed: marinara/pasta sauce, canned chicken, canned tuna, soups, oatmeal, canned milk, boxed potatoes, mac and cheese, deodorant, feminine hygiene products, toothpaste, tooth brushes and can openers. (Recyclable bags are needed too!)
How do I get food assistance? It is easy. Simply visit the food bank, fill out a one time form, select the items needed and have a great day.
North Texas Food Bank Mobile Truck Deliveries Arrive early, in front of Fannin Hall, to ensure you get some of the fresh produce (fruits and vegetables) available on the mobile food truck.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. (While supplies last!)
SEPTEMBER: Tuesday, Sept. 3rd & Tuesday, Sept. 17thOCTOBER: Tuesday, Oct. 1st, Tuesday, Oct. 15th & Tuesday, Oct. 29thNOVEMBER: Tuesday, Nov. 12th & Tuesday, Nov. 26thDECEMBER: Tuesday, Dec. 10th
JANUARY: Tuesday, Jan. 28thFEBRUARY: Tuesday, Feb. 11th & Tuesday, Feb. 25thMARCH: Tuesday, March 10th & Tuesday, March 24thAPRIL: Tuesday, April 7th & Tuesday, April 21stMAY: Tuesday, May 5th & Tuesday, May 12th
Student Outreach and Support (S.O.S.) (currently R.O.A.R.) - The S.O.S. office offers resources and wraparound services to students to assist in balancing their campus and external lives in order to be successful. Services may include childcare assistance, textbook loans, and more.
Contact the Office of Student Life at 972-238-6130 if you have questions.