Husky Pantry

About the Husky Pantrythe husky pantry at the Husky Village Community Center

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.

The Husky Food Pantry may be accessed by any UW Bothell student who is facing food insecurity. During open hours, students can shop for grocery staple items, as well as seasonal products, hygiene and toiletry items (all items are non-perishable). Students may stop by the pantry during open hours, or can request access at other times by emailing 


The Husky Pantry will generally be open from 10am - 3pm, Monday through Thursday, as staffing permits. If you would like to access the pantry, please email to confirm a time when a staff person can be available to open the office.


The Husky Pantry is located in the Health and Wellness Resource Center (HaWRC) in ARC 120.


Off-campus food resources

If you are struggling to find resources that meet your needs, please email, and the staff at the Health and Wellness Resource Center can assist you or answer any questions.

There are a number of additional community resources that students may use to provide food for themselves or their households:


The Mobile Market is back on campus! Hopelink brings their mobile food pantry to campus on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month, from 10:30am-12pm. The large box truck will be parked in the loading zone behind CC2, across from the north parking garage, and will have non perishable groceries, in addition to a selection of fresh food items. **FREE FOR ALL STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS!


At this time, Hopelink food pantries are open to ALL in the community, no pre-registration or documentation is required. They will ask how many people are in your household, so that they may provide you with correct amounts of prepackaged foods. There are a number of Hopelink locations near campus, including Bellevue, Kirkland, and Redmond. Please visit for more information and additional locations. 


Please visit the Food Access page on the HaWRC website for additional and up to date listings of other food resources that may be available, including community pantries, registering for SNAP food benefits, and more.


For additional resources, please visit the United Way COVID-19 Resource List at 

Accepting donations

Financial donations for the pantry are gratefully accepted. Please visit the UWB Advancement page through this link to donate directly to the pantry. For more information, please email

Contact information

If you have questions or feedback about the Husky Food pantry, please email the Health and Wellness Resource Center at

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Health and Wellness Resource Center (HaWRC)

ARC 120


Monday through Thursday,      10am-3pm 

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