We understand that sometimes students go through a rough patch and need a little help. Husky Pantry is a resource for all UW Bothell students who might be between paychecks or just need some extra resources to get through the week or month.
Husky Pantry is a food pantry that can be accessed by any student, resident or non-resident, who is facing food insecurity. Use of the pantry is anonymous, and we only record what food is taken.
Donations to Husky Pantry are always welcome! To donate non-perishable food donations, please visit the Husky Village Community Center during business hours. Commonly requested items include:
Pasta and pasta sauce
To donate money to the Husky Pantry fund, please visit any of the cafes on campus and look for the “Husky Pantry Donation” cups near the cash registers.
The Husky Pantry is managed by the Residence Hall Association (RHA), an organization led by students which aims to help meet the needs of other students living in on-campus housing. If you have any questions about RHA or Husky Pantry, please contact Katie Horowitz. Husky Pantry is located in the Husky Village Community Center and can be accessed 24/7 by asking the Community Assistance (CA) at the front desk to open it or by calling the Resident Assistant(RA) on duty at 206-245-5536 after hours.