- The New Face of Hunger (National Geographic Magazine)
- Local Hunger Resources (PDF)
- Hunger-related Volunteer Opportunities (PDF)
- UNT Food Pantry
Food Drive Competition October 3-28
Help stock the UNT Food Pantry and your department could win BIG.
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Food for Thought: A Freshman Dinner
Monday, November 14
Union Ballroom 314
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Shiloh Fields Community Garden
The largest community garden in the US where volunteers harvested 24,000 pounds of produce to donate to local nonprofits like Our Daily Bread soup kitchen, the crisis center at Friends of the Family and Fred Moore Child Care Center. Contact Pat Smith (ServeDenton@gmail.com) to accept his challenge to maintain Plot 52 and join the fight against hunger.
Building Little Food Pantries
The concept is simple, but effective. It gives people in the area a place to donate food and supplies to anyone in need. Anyone can place items inside the pantry, and anyone can take what the need at any time. Check back for details for a PACS Day of Service of building little food pantries.
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First Flight Contacts:
Student Success Panel Members:
Cassidy Baker, Social Work Faculty | Cassidy.Baker@unt.edu
Denise Catalano, Disability & Addictions Rehabilitation Faculty | Denise.Catalano@unt.edu
Jessica Craig, Criminal Justice Faculty | Jessica.Craig@unt.edu
Peter Johnstone, Criminal Justice Faculty | Peter.PinceminJohnstone@unt.edu
Lauren Mathews, Audiology & Speech Language Pathology Faculty | Lauren.Mathews@unt.edu
Adam Trahan, Criminal Justice Faculty | Adam.Trahan@unt.edu
Hunger Initiative Discussion Leaders:
Tom Evenson, PACS Dean | Thomas.Evenson@unt.edu
Pat Smith, Serve Denton Executive Director | ServeDenton@gmail.com
Courtney Banatoski, PACE Director | Courtney.Banatoski@unt.edu
Questions? Contact Courtney Banatoski at Courtney.Banatoski@unt.edu or 940-565-3230.