Working to end food insecurity at KU

Hunger Initiatives Inventory

The Food Insecurity Initiative is developing an inventory of activities at the University of Kansas related to food and nutrition security.  This will help us gain a better understanding of current activities, connect members of the campus community interested in these issues, and share information and best practices with fellow signatories to the Presidents' Commitment to Food & Nutrition Security. Please take a moment to share your involvement - whether researching global food systems or organizing a local food drive.  This information will be posted in a new section of our website highlighting the collective work of the University of Kansas to meet the grand challenge of ending hunger.

Enter a title of the program, project, or event you would like to report.
Select the category that best describes your program, project, or event
Please describe your work to address food and nutrition security. Include any campus departments, organizations or community partners involved in this effort.

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