Food insecurity is one barrier that can keep a student from being successful. However, the CWU Presidents United to Solve Hunger program (PUSH) helps to overcome this barrier for over 2,300 food insecure students and was recently given a large space to establish CWU's first centralized food pantry. This new pantry area is located in the James L. Brooks Library and will be accessible to all CWU students.
Like PUSH's previous food cabinets, the pantry will stock food items, personal hygiene items, and will also stock winter clothing items to meet CWU student’s needs.
We need your help to continue to stock our new shelves as we look to raise $10,000. So please consider making a gift today to support PUSH and help to alleviate our student’s food insecurity.
To give after the day of giving, visit cwu.edu/push. Give today!
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