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UD hosts second fall meal swipe drive

Students, faculty, staff can donate unused meal swipes to help fight food insecurity

The University of Delaware is hosting the second Swipe Out Hunger meal drive of the semester and invites all students, staff and faculty to participate in the drive to help aid in food insecurity on-campus.

This partnership transfers meal swipes to the UD ID of any UD student in need -- undergraduate or graduate, with or without a meal plan.

The drive is being held through Thursday, Dec.8, all day, in all dining halls, Caesar Rodney Fresh Food Company, Pencader, and Russell Dining.

Blue hens can donate up to two guest meals from an unlimited or 14 weekly meal plan, or up to five guest or regular meals from a block meal plan. Flex dollars can be donated by any amount.

Swipe Out Hunger is a national nonprofit focused on ending college hunger that has spread to more than 80 college campuses across the U.S. Blue Hens can visit udel.edu/ud1flex/signUp.html to add Flex to their account if they do not have a meal plan and would like to donate.

For further information, please visit udel.edu/ud1flex/signUp.html.

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