Help Central Piedmont Food Pantries Win $10,000!

Did you know 44 percent of Central Piedmont students reported they are food Food Lion Feedsinsecure?
Did know that there are more than 527,000 people in our region living at or below the poverty line?  
Did you know that more than 188,000 are children at risk of going hungry every day?

Your donation helps us work toward winning $10,000 for CPCC’s Emergency Food Pantries by November 16, 2018. Since Central Piedmont opened the doors to our Emergency food pantries, we have fed more than 2,376 students, faculty, staff and their families. 

DONATE HERE ONLINE
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TEXT Funds4Food40 to 71777
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Bring non-perishable food items donate.

Barrels will be at all campuses the week of 10/29/18 or drop them with your Service-Learning staff at your campus!

Help us support Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina and the Food Lion Feeds Collegiate Challenge and our hungry neighbors by making a donation TODAY. The process is fast, easy, and secure. We truly appreciate any support you can provide. It will benefit a great cause!

Funds are Second Harvest & Food Lion Feeds greatest need and a wonderful way to multiply your giving.  In the big picture, they are able to provide 7 pounds of food into the community for every $1 donation! Funds help keep refrigerated trucks on the road allowing them to pick-up and distribute fresh produce, dairy and meats to more than 700 partner agencies. The Food Bank can also purchase products by the pallet – securing much needed items at great pricing.  In short, funds result in critical and healthy foods reaching more people in need.

If you can’t make a monetary donation at this point, please consider bringing in a food donation to the Service-Learning Center at your campus! Our locations are listed on our website here.

Please help us reach our goal and WIN this challenge to feed more CPCC family members by sharing this page on Facebook and Twitter! Or, even better, send an e-mail to friends you think might be interested in contributing and include a link to our page!

Thanks so much for your generosity.  Together we can END Hunger!

Questions? Please contact Jenn.Marts@cpcc.edu or 704.330.6824.

Did You Know That There Are Now Emergency Food Pantries at All Six Campuses?

Did you know that there are now Emergency Food Pantries at all six campuses!

The Emergency Food Pantry is able to provide individuals and households within the CPCC community with two days worth of non-perishable food per visit. The amount of food received depends on how many people live in the household. Individuals are eligible to visit the food pantry two times each month.

Questions? Email or call Dena Shonts at ext. 6558.

CPCC Food Pantry Locations and Availability
Central Monday and Thursday noon-4 p.m. Worrell 2167
Levine Wednesday and Thursday 1-3:30 p.m. Levine II 1323
Cato Monday and Tuesday 10 a.m.-noon Cato III, Room 185
Harris Thursday 10am-12pm Wednesday 4-6 p.m. Harris 1 1239
Harper Monday 3pm-5pm Tuesday 1:30-3:30 p.m. Harper 111
Merancas Wednesday and Thursday 1-3 p.m. TS Building, First Floor (next to the elevator)

* Please note that the Central Campus Emergency Food Pantry is in a new location

Single Stop Services Available at the Harper and Cato Campuses!

Stop by to see if you are qualified for public benefits such as food stamps, WIC,

Medicaid, Medicare, and more. Single Stop staff can connect you with community resources, tax preparation services, financial counseling, and legal services.

Central

Monday-Friday

8:30am-5:00pm

Central High

Cato

Mondays

10:00am to 3:00pm

Cato I, Room 126

Harper

Tuesdays

8:00am-12:00pm

HP 120 

Can’t make it to a Single Stop location? You can now do the benefits screening at home or from any computer with internet access. To complete a Single Stop screening from your computer, please follow these steps:

1. Please log into my college

2. On the right-hand side under Student Services, you will see Single Stop Screener, click on it.

3. The screener will appear and you can get started!

After you complete your screening a Single Stop benefits counselor will call you to further discuss how we can assist you.

If you have any questions please contact Single Stop at 704.330.2722 ext:6435 or email singlestop@cpcc.edu

 

 

Did You Know that We Have Emergency Food Pantries on Campus?

Service-Learning Department has partnered with a local non-profit, Loaves & Fishes to establish Emergency Food Pantries on four CPCC campuses.

The Emergency Food Pantry is able to provide individuals and households within the CPCC community with 2 days worth of non-perishable food per visit.

The amount of food received depends on how many people live in the household. Individuals are eligible to visit the food pantry 2 times each month.  All you need is your CPCC ID.

Currently, food pantries are located on the Central, Levine, Harris and Cato campuses.

For information on days, hours, and locations please visit the Emergency Food Pantry Website.

Questions? Contact Dena Shonts at 6558 or dena.shonts@cpcc.edu