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About

The Washington and Lee University Food Pantry is an initiative that is sponsored and supported by the Division of Student Affairs.

The Division of Student Affairs identified a need for a food pantry at W&L that aims to alleviate food insecurity among students by providing emergency food to those in need.

The Food Pantry aims to:

  • Create a safe space to distribute good quality and nutritious emergency food to current students.
  • Collaborate with Campus Garden and Campus Kitchen to provide good quality and nutritious food items (donations) that may otherwise go to waste to enhance sustainability initiatives on campus.
  • Raise awareness around hunger issues, especially as experienced by low-income college students.
  • Encourage student engagement to foster a sense of community.

Contact Information

Have questions about the Food Pantry? Need more information about how to partake of the pantry or to donate items or time? Please contact:

Fiorela Giraldo Prado de Lewis
fgiraldopradodelewis@wlu.edu
540-458-4841

Donate

Donations of food items and funds for the purchase of quality food items are most welcome. The Food Pantry is made possible through the Division of Student Affairs and the generous support of faculty, staff, students, and friends.

Suggested Non-Perishable Items:

  • canned fish or poultry
  • canned vegetables
  • canned soup
  • canned beans
  • canned fruit (preferred: in juice/no sugar added)
  • dry pasta or rice
  • cereal, oatmeal, or other non-perishable breakfast items
  • breakfast bars
  • pasta sauce
  • peanut butter
  • jelly or jam

Help Fill the Shelves

Drop-Off Hours
Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Location:
Baker Hall #222
To gain access to the building, students can call 540-458-8754 or ring the bell at the front door.

Schedule a Pick Up:
foodpantry@wlu.edu
540-458-4111

Make a Financial Contribution

Contact OIE

Location

The Food Pantry is located at Baker Hall #222,  and is open Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
To gain access to the building, students can call 540-458-8754 or ring the bell at the front door.

Baker Hall, in the center of a map