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Campus Cupboard

Lower Level, Student Recreation and
Wellness Center
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660-543-4381



Campus Cupboard

Who Are We?

Campus Cupboard is a volunteer-based, 501(c)(3) charity dedicated to alleviating hunger and financial burdens in the University of Central Missouri community. Food and personal care items are provided.

Campus Cupboard opened in October 2013. It was developed through the collaborative efforts of the Office of Student Activities, the Department of Communication Disorders and Social Work, and the Department of Nutrition and Kinesiology, along with an Opportunity Grant from the UCM Foundation.

Who Do We Serve?

Campus Cupboard serves the University of Central Missouri campus community. Any UCM faculty and staff member or student who presents a valid UCM ID may select 10 items per week from Campus Cupboard.

For emergency situations, after business hours, contact 660-543-4381.

Location

Campus Cupboard is located in the lower level of the UCM Student Recreation and Wellness Center. Take a left at the locker rooms and another left at the end of the hall to the first door on the left.

Campus Cupboard Hours

Fall and spring semester hours
Sunday: 3-6 p.m.
Tuesday: 3-6 p.m.
Wednesday: 3-6 p.m.
Thursday: 3-6 p.m.

Summer semester hours
Tuesday and Wednesday: 3-6 p.m.

Items Available*:

Fresh produce is donated by local farms on occasion.
*Items vary depending on donations.

How Can You Help?

Click Here to Volunteer.

For information on volunteering or donating to Campus Cupboard, contact Beth Rutt, Director of Student Activities, at 660-543-4381

“The Campus Cupboard is just one example of how we look beyond ourselves and work together to benefit others, and it puts our Student Recreation and Wellness Center into full use - helping fed and cared for people." -UCM President Chuck Ambrose

Statistics

One in every eight people worldwide goes to bed hungry each night.

Source: wfp.org/hunger/stats

Food insufficiency during college years could affect cognitive, academic and psychological development.

Source: health2fit.com/2014/01/study-hunger-problem-among-college-students/

Contact Us!

Campus Cupboard
Beth Rutt, Director of Student Activities
Lower level of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center
660-543-4381
brutt@ucmo.edu