The Campus Kitchen at UGA is the student-powered hunger relief program of the UGA Office of Service-Learning. Each week, students transform unused food from grocery stores, restaurants, and farmers markets into meals and groceries that are delivered to older adults and service agencies in Athens, Georgia.
The Campus Kitchen at UGA goes beyond meals by using food as a tool to combat senior isolation, foster community connections, and engage UGA students and faculty in developing sustainable solutions to food waste and hunger. For more information on our mission, visit our website at ck.uga.edu
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649 People | 305 Impacts | 856 Hours