Any Missouri Western student can use the Campus Cupboard, no proof of need necessary. Students may visit the cupboard up to twice a month. The maximum allotment per visit is two (2) plastic grocery bags. The student must present a valid student ID.

LOCATION
Blum Student Union, room 214

FALL & SPRING HOURS

The Campus Cupboard is a valuable campus resource that has served many students since its opening in 2015. It was developed through the collaborative efforts of the Rotaract Club, Dr. Elise Hepworth in the Music Dept. and the Division of Student Affairs. The Division of Student Affairs currently oversees the operation of the Cupboard.

The Cupboard is supplied with canned goods, and other nonperishable items, along with some personal care products. This is the result of campus food drives, and donations from individuals, business partners, as well as student and community organizations.

1. Canned meat (tuna, chicken, spam, etc.)
2. Condensed milk or shelf stable milk
3. Dry goods – pasta, noodles, rice, etc.
4. Peanut butter/jelly/shelf stable spreads
5. Canned soups and shelf stable meals
6. Fruit and/or pudding cups

Second Harvest Community Food Bank logo
Campus Cupboard

FEATURED RECIPE:

WAYS TO HELP:

Volunteer or have a food drive – for more information email the Student Affairs team at cupboard@missouriwestern.edu.

In-kind Donations accepted in Blum 228 – Monday-Friday, 1:00-4:30 pm

Monetary donations accepted through the MWSU Foundation. Choose amount and other then fill in Campus Cupboard.

Checks made out to MWSU dropped off at Blum 228 or mailed to Student Affairs.