The Husky Pantry offers food, personal hygiene products, and clothing items to students who may be experiencing a rough patch or need a little assistance to get through the month.
Use of the Husky Pantry is completely anonymous and does not require identification.
Non-perishable donations to the Husky Pantry are always accepted.
Commonly requested items include:
You may also make monetary donations to support the Husky Pantry. "Husky Pantry Donation" cups are located near the cash registers in any of the cafes on campus.
The Kodiak Cave provides food, nutritional resources, and information about budget-friendly shopping and healthy recipes to Cascadia College students.
LB2-006, adjacent to Campus Safety
The Center for Culture, Inclusion, and Community at Cascadia College ("The Center") offers emergency food packs and personal hygiene kits to students who may be experiencing difficulties.
Located in CC1-002, The Center welcomes all students and use of the emergency supplies is anonymous. Please ask a Center staff member for assistance.
For more information about services and resources available at the Center for Culture, Inclusion, and Community, please visit their website here.
Non-perishable donations to the Center for Culture, Inclusion, and Community are welcome. Please contact a Center staff member to inquire about donations. Contact information is listed above.
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