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Food Pantry

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who can use the food pantry?

A: Any employee or currently enrolled student at Edmonds College.


Q: How often can I use the food pantry?


A: Once per week. You will be able to select a limited number of food items.


Q: What kind of food can I get at the pantry?

A: Non-perishable items: bars, pepperoni, nuts, raisins, canned soup, stew, beans, vegetables, fruit, noodles, ramen, rice, pasta, shelf stable milk, and juice. We also have toiletry items, like toothbrushes, soap and deodorant.


Q: Do I need to provide my name?

A: Yes. You will also need to swipe your EdPass or show a registration receipt, provide your zip code, and sign a disclaimer form. Please bring your own bag or backpack.


Q: How is the food pantry funded?

A: The Pantry is free for students. It is funded partially with student service and activity fees, the Campus Green Fund, the Foundation, donations and food drives.