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Campus Kitchen at Marquette



The Campus Kitchen at Marquette uses service as a tool to strengthen bodies, empower minds and build communities. As part of a nationwide network founded in 2001, the Campus Kitchen at Marquette began in the fall of 2003. Currently serving approximately 24,000 meals each year, CKMU partners with 13 other non-profits in the community to provide meals to clients experiencing food insecurity.

The Campus Kitchen at Marquette is student-powered hunger relief, utilizing unused resources on Marquette University's campus - such as unused food, empty kitchen space and student energy - to find innovative ways to alleviate hunger in our community.
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