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  • FGCU Campus Food Pantry
    insecurity During your visit you may take up to 10 pounds of shelf stable food plus bread frozen meat and beverages if they are available We provide a shopping basket to help you with your shopping convenience Each client may circulate through the CFP only ONCE This diagram will illustrate the traffic flow of the CFP It is essential that you only take items that you NEED and adhere to the posted limits on certain food items Do not worry about going over the allotted 10 pounds If you do go over the limit you will choose what items to remove and leave on the weighing table for volunteers to restock After you have completed the middle aisle the section that counts towards the 10 pounds you need to weigh the items in your basket and make sure a volunteer confirms your weight Please pack your items in your bag before proceeding to other sections in the food pantry You may leave your basket at the weighing station for a volunteer to collect Once you have completed your visit in the food pantry please exit through the back door Food Pantry Friendly Reminders We ask students to respect the space that we are given and to maintain a quiet conversation both inside and outside of the food pantry While in the food pantry we do not allow students to use their cell phone It is distracting to other clients as well as to our volunteers If your phone call is important please step outside of the food pantry and you may return when your conversation is completed We only provide one reusable bag to new clients Please do not ask for a bag when you have forgotten yours You will notice several limitation signs throughout the food pantry Please pay

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/FoodPantry/what-students-need-to-know.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Campus Food Pantry
    Community Connection Library Research Technology FGCU Campus Food Pantry FGCU Campus Food Pantry Home About Us What Students Need to Know Food Pantry Diagram Donations How to Hold a Food Drive Food Drive Registration Food Facts Volunteers Hunger Walk Contact Us foodpantry eagle fgcu edu 239 745 FOOD or 239 745 3663 Food Pantry Diagram Accreditation Contact the Webmaster FGCU Directory EO AA Diversity Title IX FGCU 2015 This is

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/FoodPantry/Food-Pantry-Diagram.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Campus Food Pantry
    ham beef high protein chili and stews V ienna sausages Beans pinto chili kidney and white no green or black beans at this time please Canned and fresh fruit Cereal Condiments and spices Salt and pepper Granola Bars Pasta Pasta Sauce Rice FGCU Campus Drop Site Location Cohen Center 288 Edwards Hall 214 G McTarnaghan Hall 223 Merwin Hall 296 B Reed Hall 220 WGCU Lobby Unfortunately due to food handling and safety regulations we are unable to accept home made food items partially used or opened packages or items not commercially packaged Perishable items that we can accept are fruit and vegetables that come direct from a local farmer or grocery store and have a shelf life of over a week Prepared food from events cannot be distributed through the CFP Please do not leave perishable items at the drop sites without notifying us in advance If you are unsure whether your donation is suitable for the CFP please contact us and we will be happy to assist you Monetary Donations General public online donation Anyone wishing to make a donation to the FGCU Campus Food Pantry through a secure online site may make a donation here Important Note

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/FoodPantry/donations.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Campus Food Pantry
    answer any questions you may have in regards to a collection effort Below are some common questions you will want to ask yourself before starting your drive What dates would you like to hold your drive Do you want your drive to have a theme such as Feed Our Students Do you have sturdy boxes or do you need to borrow some bins from the pantry Where on campus will you be holding your drive How will you let people know about your drive Who will deliver the food to the pantry and how will they accomplish this How to Organize a Food Drive Plan Ahead Select a coordinator or committee Determine your drive s length Contact the FGCU Campus Food Pantry to let us know your plans Basics to consider Determine the number of pounds you wish to collect Promote your Drive Follow the proper FGCU guidelines to receive approval to advertise and hold your food drive on campus Two weeks before your drive hang posters pass out flyers use social media to inform people that you are holding a food drive to benefit the FGCU Campus Food Pantry List the types of food that are needed as per

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/FoodPantry/how-to-hold-a-food-drive.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Campus Food Pantry
    edu you will get a confirmation Please read What is a Food Drive for additional information if you want to start planning right away A few notes and considerations for holding food drives You need to follow University guidelines for posting of flyers tabling and holding events Submit University approval forms to CFP staff Do not hold food drives on campus grass or lawns In order to hold a food drive supported by the Campus Food Pantry the drive must be held on campus and acknowledged in advance of the actual drive The Campus Food Pantry Logo and printed materials can only be used with prior permission from CFP staff Contact us for official logo Please ensure that any food collected is non perishable un opened and commercially packaged GLASS containers are discouraged If you use donation bins or barrels belonging to the CFP you will be responsible for picking them up signing for them and returning all containers in a timely fashion at the end of your food drive For larger donations of 1 000 lbs or more we MIGHT be able to arrange for pick up if scheduled at least a week in advance We cannot navigate steps

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/FoodPantry/registration.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Campus Food Pantry
    shelf stable products such as mustard mayonnaise and peanut butter Sell By Most sell by dates are found on perishables like meat seafood poultry and milk The date is a guide for stores to know how long they can display a particular product This date has no meaning if the product is frozen and handled safely when thawing and preparing Expires On The only place you re likely to encounter this type of date is on infant formula and some baby foods which are the only food products the federal government regulates with regard to dating You should always use the product before this date has passed The date which is provided voluntarily by the manufacturer tells you how long the product is likely to remain at its absolute best quality when unopened But as the U S Department of Agriculture s Food Safety and Inspection Service point out it is not a safety date After the use by or best date has passed you may start to notice gradual changes in the unopened product s texture color or flavor But as long as you ve been storing the unopened item properly you can generally consume it beyond this date

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/FoodPantry/foodfacts.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Campus Food Pantry
    of these delicious recipes that you can make with items from the pantry Crockpot Easy Chicken Tortilla Soup Slow Cooker Cheeseburger Meatloaf Main Dishes Can Chicken Spaghetti Bake Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole Quick Ramen Tuna Noodle O Lemony Chickpea Stir Fry Ramen Noodles Pizza Sweet Potatoes Stuffed with Chipotle Black Beans Vienna Sausage Rice Skillet Side Dishes Corn Spoonbread Green Beans 5 Ways Herb French Beans and Potatoes with

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/FoodPantry/recipe-corner.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Campus Food Pantry
    be arriving late or need to cancel your volunteer shift please contact the CFP at 239 745 3663 as soon as possible All volunteers must wear close toed shoes You must be able to lift up to 50 lbs Accommodations will be made for those not able to lift heavy weight due to health restrictions Please address these restrictions with a staff member prior to volunteering Responsibilities and Duties of Support Volunteers All volunteers are required to check in with the staff member when they arrive to receive instructions for their shift Below are common activities that volunteers will experience while volunteering at the CFP If you have any questions or concerns please contact the CFP before you volunteer and we will be happy to assist you Support volunteer tasks during Hours of Operation Greeting and assisting the clients Re stocking shelves freezer and snack basket Weighing checking expiration dates and storing incoming donations Collecting all used baskets and placing them in the appropriate location Help sustain a clean and organized environment Support volunteer tasks for Pantry Clean up day Removing and cleaning cans from the shelves Clean shelves and counter space Vacuuming the food pantry Sort through donations and checking expiration dates Help sustain a clean and organized environment Support volunteer tasks for Delivery Help bring donations from the food delivery truck into the food pantry Placing food donations in appropriate locations Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs of food Help sustain a clean and organized environment Important things you need to know about volunteering with the CFP Confidentiality The CFP asks that all volunteers respect the privacy of our clients that use the food pantry as well as refraining from repeating any sensitive materials outside of the food pantry Late Arrivals We understand that emergencies

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/FoodPantry/Volunteers.html (2016-02-07)
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