The Feed the Stampede Food Assistance program is meant to help undergraduate and graduate students experiencing food insecurity and to provide services, referrals and education so students can thrive academically.
Are you short on food? CU Boulder students who are in need of food are invited to visit the Buff Pantry to receive food on a weekly basis at no cost.
With this new resource, students can receive a bag of food from the Buff Pantry once a week. Food selection will vary based on availability.
The Buff Pantry is located on the first floor of the UMC 139, next to Jamba Juice, during September it is open Tuesday–Thursday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. by appointment.
Before you visit the Buff Pantry for the first time, you will need to fill out an intake form on the Volunteer Resource Center website.
Beyond the Buff Pantry at CU Boulder, there are resources available in the local community for those that are experiencing food insecurity.
There’s even a Food Finder tool to help locate resources in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. For a full list of resources be sure to check out the Volunteer Resource Center website.
To learn more, visit the Volunteer Resource Center website.