Founded in 2018, Independence Community College’s on-campus food pantry provides essential foods and toiletry items to students in need. The purpose of the Pirate Pantry is to address food insecurity for our students. Nationally, around 48 percent of students face food insecurity, with 22 percent regularly reporting they experience hunger.
We know students can’t do their best work in class on an empty stomach and ICC is committed to helping students achieve their educational goals!
Location: Lower Level of the Student Union, room 110
Hours: Tuesdays 9AM – 1PM; Wednesdays 1PM – 3PM; Thursdays 11AM – 1PM
If you are in urgent need to access the pantry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Who can use the Pirate Pantry?
A: Any currently enrolled student at Independence Community College
Q: How often can I use the Pirate Pantry?
A: Currently, students can visit the Pirate Pantry to pick up items every day the pantry is open. You will be able to select a limited number of food and hygiene items in various categories
Q: What kind of food can I get at the Pirate Pantry?
A: Non-perishable food items, including: granola bars, canned soups, beans, vegetables, fruits, noodles, nuts, ramen, rice, and pasta. We also have toiletry items, like toothbrushes, soap, and feminine hygiene essentials.
Q: What info do I need to provide to use the Pirate Pantry?
A: You will need to have your student id and sign a form upon arrival. While bags are provided, ICC encourages students to bring their own bag or backpack to transport items.
Q: How is the Pirate Pantry funded?
A: The Pirate Pantry is free for ICC students. It is funded through grants and generous donors. If you would like to donate non-perishable goods to the Pirate Pantry, please contact Brooke Joseph at email@example.com to make arrangements.
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