1. The Jag Kitchen Food Pantry kicked off each day of Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week with special breakfast bars with a help from members of the campus community.
  2. The Associated Student Organization also jumped on board to help their fellow students who may be facing food and housing insecurities by helping staff the pantry and special events and putting together care packages for their students.
  3. The second day brought in help from the community during the "Road to Resources" event, which included a huge collaboration of outside partners to give students free food, sleeping bags and haircuts.
  4. Everyone on campus thought of ways to help including Rudolf & Sletten, builders of our new Math, Science & Engineering Building, who donated backpacks and blankets to the Jag Kitchen. Plus, EOPS held an all-day Dress for Success clothing drive for students needing a refresh on their wardrobe.
  5. The week culminated with a community discussion kicked off by Assemblymember Shirley Weber and featured local community colleges, universities and community resources coming together to address how to better help students.
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