Campus Food Bank
The SU’s Campus Food Bank (CFB) aims to provide seven-day emergency relief to the campus community. These include undergraduate, ESL, and graduate students, staff members, and alumni up to two years after graduation. The hampers provided by the CFB strives to adhere to the nutritional guidelines provided by the Canada Food Guide. The CFB hamper includes fresh and frozen vegetables, meat, dairy, eggs, etc.
The main responsibility of CFB volunteer is to assist in the daily and successful operation of the Campus Food Bank.
CFB requires a minimum time commitment of two (2) hours a week from September to April. Differently schedule shifts will be made over exams and reading breaks. Volunteers must commit a minimum of two (2) hours during these periods.
Benefits of participation include engaging in a variety of unique opportunities in the community, gaining deeper understanding of social, cultural and environmental issues and situations, and meeting other like-minded and involved students. For more information, please take a look at the position description.
To apply, complete this online form.