Food Bank

Fighting Hunger

WSU Tri-Cities provides free fresh and non-perishable items to needy students. This program helps bridge the gap for students so they can successfully meet the basic needs of their family. This project would not be successful without the generous support of the Richland Rotary Club and proud partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank.

To receive food, students should fill out the form below to request the food they would like and the day/time they can pick it up. Students can also stop by Floyd 269 during normal business hours, and ask to pick our food themselves from the Cougar Cupboard. Look are soon for set open hours!

Please allow at least 4 hours to receive a food bag. Food will be available for pick up in Floyd 269.

Note: Fresh food cannot be picked up via the online form. If you would like fresh food, stop by Floyd 269 and we can walk you down to the Cougar Cupboard.

food bank logo, cougar cupboard logo

Help Support the Cougar Cupboard

Host a Food Drive

Non-Perishables, toiletries and baby items are accepted
We can send you a template with the logo, and you just pit in your dates

Event Admission

Hosting an event? Encourage all attendees to bring two cans of food for entry or a discount for entry

Extra Bag of Groceries

Pick up an extra bag of groceries and donate them directly to the Cougar Cupboard

One Time and Recurring Gifts

foundation.wsu.edu/give

  • click “Campuses”
  • choose “WSU Tri-Cities”
  • choose “WSU Tri-Cities Student Food Bank”

For volunteer opportunities and more information contact Jordyn Creighton at jordyn.creighton@wsu.edu or 509-372-7433. We can pick up and help coordinator any donation drop-off.

All donations are tax-deductible
TaxID #91-10775542

We accept donations to support the Cougar Cupboard…