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ECM food closet

ECM food closet

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Episcopal Campus Ministry service available for food insecure UD students

Episcopal Campus Ministry hosts a food closet for University of Delaware students who are food insecure and cannot provide ample nutrition for themselves.

Food insecure students may come to Episcopal Campus Ministry’s (ECM’s) food closet every Wednesday from 4-5 p.m. at St. Thomas’s Parish, located at 276 S. College Ave., across from UD’s Student Health Services.

ECM has collected many donated food products, including garden fresh vegetables, that they share with those students in need. All that is asked is that students bring their UD ID for verification as a UD student and then ECM students will share whatever amount of food fulfills their need.

Those with questions or who cannot make the designated time and would like to set up an appointment can contact Carson Hannah of ECM by email at channa@udel.edu.


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