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The Eastfield College food and resource pantry's mission is to help eliminate food insecurities and hunger within the Eastfield community by providing students, faculty, staff and community members with non-perishable food and personal care items while respecting and maintaining the dignity of each individual we serve.
The pantry, called the Honeycomb Cupboard, is operated by the college’s
Center for Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity and provides through a partnership with North Texas Food Bank, donations and volunteer efforts.
Location: Room C104AHours: Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays • 10 a.m.-2 p.m.Wednesdays and Thursdays • 3-6 p.m.
Mobile Food Pantry
North Texas Food Bank mobile pantry distributes fresh produce on campus once a month.
Items are always welcomed and needed in our food pantry. Our most common needs include:
Locations for Donation Drop-OffsPlease drop off all donations to C145 (Center for Equity, Inclusion and Diversity) during business hours or during food pantry hours at the table outside of C104A. At this time we are only accepting non-perishable and hygiene items. We are not currently accepting clothing, school supplies, expired food, medication or perishable items.
The pantry is staffed solely by volunteers. Roles include food pantry organizing/sorting and food pantry support. If you can only attend for part of the shift, we still want your help! Just contact us to set it up. Click
here to sign up.
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