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Campus chapters play a crucial role in building food sharing networks. By volunteering, researching, and fundraising, students can work with Sharing Excess to promote food security on campus, and distribute surplus food in their community.
Student chapters incite change within their campus and surrounding communities by fighting food waste and dismantling the stigma surrounding food insecurity. This includes food rescue networks, meal swipe donation programs, pop-up food distributions, and educational seminars.
Looking to start a chapter?
It's easy to get started!
Join us on our mission to fight food insecurity with food surplus. While we at Sharing Excess HQ are exceptionally happy and willing to help you throughout every step of establishing and growing your chapter, you will want a fellow group of students to help plan and execute your first event and spread word of this awesome organization on campus! Gather your group and reach out to get started.