Campus Cupboard & Clothes Closet
The Campus Cupboard is a nonprofit student organization with the mission of providing both perishable and non-perishable foods, clothing, cleaning, and personal/hygiene products to all students, faculty, staff of the University of Wisconsin system to ensure adequate basic needs are met. The Campus Cupboard and Clothes Closet is located in Rose Hall 140 (in the corridor section between Wood and Rose Halls).
Donations can be dropped off either in RH 140 in the first room on the right, or in the Pride Center located in the University Union Room 153. Alternatively, donors can email the Campus Cupboard at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time for donation drop-off. Donors may refer to the Items Needed list prior to donating, but the Cupboard accepts donations of all food, clothing, and personal/hygiene items.
How to use the Cupboard
To gain entry into the Cupboard, all people must swipe their ID at the door. Doing so both unlocks the door and allows us to keep track of how many people are using the space.
Upon entry, all are invited to grab bags as needed, located in the bin on the table to the left of the entryway. 'Shopping' can then be completed following the limit signs posted in the Campus Cupboard. For one or 2 household members you may take one bag of groceries per month, if you are supporting a family of 3 or more you may take 2 bags per month. You may request more by contacting Stacie Christian at email@example.com
After completing their 'grocery shopping,' it is asked that individuals 'check out' by writing down a list of what items they took on the 'Supply/Inventory Log.' This allows us to keep track of inventory and also see what items are in highest demand. This helps the organization allocate funding towards purchasing the items most needed.
Accessing the Cupboard
The Campus Cupboard is free and available to all UWGB students, faculty, and staff members. To gain entry into the Cupboard, all people must swipe their ID at the door. Doing so both unlocks the door and allows us to keep track of how many people are using the space.
Any difficulties entering the space should be communicated either to Dr. Stacie Christian, the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Inclusive Excellence and Advisor to the Campus Cupboard, at firstname.lastname@example.org , or to the Cupboard directly at email@example.com .