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Mobile Food Pantries
Mobile Food Pantries: Food bank distribution scheduled for April 2. All items will be boxed and available for a quick pick-up at LSC. More specific information to come.
Pocket pantries now in two locations:
- Lory Student Center- level 200 – ASCSU Plaza-side entrance
Please “swipe” your CSU ID to enter the Pocket Pantry doors
- University Housing – Aggie Village Family Apartments
Aggie Village Family Center – 501 West Prospect St, Building 24
Community Engagement and Volunteer Programs
Identify volunteering opportunities with local community agencies (i.e. non-profit and governmental organizations). Resources include an up-to-date volunteer calendar and monthly newsletter.
Rams Against Hunger
The goal of Rams Against Hunger at Colorado State University is to serve as emergency food relief for Colorado State University undergraduate students experiencing food insecurity.
C.A.N.S. Around The Oval
C.A.N.S Around the Oval is a CSU tradition, where students, faculty, and staff join local community members and the Food Bank for Larimer County to raise awareness about local hunger and collect food goods and raise monetary donations in creative and collaborative ways.
This program is an immersion experience into different cultural, environmental and socioeconomic communities across the nation. See the world, serve the world.
Join a Colorado State University tradition and get involved with CSUnity! Each spring, more than two thousand CSU students gather for a day-long service plunge in and around the Fort Collins community!
The Spring Involvement Expo is an opportunity for students to get involved on campus and in the community by connecting with over 125+ Registered Student Organizations that attend this event every year.
Ram$ For Change
Ram$ for Change is a service-based program offering volunteer opportunities to CSU Rams & fundraising money to RSOs with SOFAs. It supports local Community Agencies and meets immediate community needs.
Project Homeless Connect
Project Homeless Connect is a one-day event that provides individuals and families currently experiencing homelessness with access to vital services such as basic medical exams, legal advice and much more.
The Public Achievement organizing model recognizes that people of every age have skills, talents, and ideas, and that by learning to work with others, they can solve problems and build sustainable democratic societies.
SLiCE Adaptive Swim
Each week, students and their partners spend an hour in the pool for exercise, games, and friendship while developing relationships, improving body coordination and just having fun in the water!
This program pairs CSU student volunteers with teens in the community who have a variety of complex needs. Offering mutually beneficial relationships and learning for both teens and college students.
Use Post-It Notes to make a fabulous post-it note window design featuring positive art or messages viewable from the outside of your window.