Share the love in February by participating in USAC food driveJan. 30, 2014, 4:38 PM
In Tennessee, one in six people are at risk of hunger, and one in four children do not know where their next meal will come from. Share the love this February by joining the Vanderbilt University Staff Advisory Council and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee in the fight against hunger.
USAC is sponsoring the Share the Love Food Drive benefitting Second Harvest Feb. 3–28. There will be 20 donation locations across the Vanderbilt campus to make giving as convenient as possible.
Any non-perishable food items are appreciated. The most-needed items are soups, stews, canned fruits and vegetables, canned chicken and tuna, peanut butter, cereal and pasta. Participation from all staff, faculty and students who are able to donate is encouraged.
Get free pass to Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center with donation
Any faculty or staff member who is not currently a member of the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center can bring a donation to the VRWC and receive one free pass to exercise at the facility between Feb. 3-28.
Donation locations include:
- Kirkland Hall – 1st floor hallway
- Wilson Hall – Suite 301
- Buttrick Hall – Suite 230
- Owen School – 1st floor staircase
- Law School – 2nd floor staff lounge
- Featheringill Hall – Towers entrance
- Divinity School – Dean’s Suite 113
- Peabody Administration Building – 1st floor
- Wyatt Center – Suite 240
- Vanderbilt Kennedy Center – 3rd floor
- Central Library – Front desk
- Stephenson Center – Suite 6301
- Sarratt Student Center – 1st floor gallery
- Student Life Center – Lobby
- The Commons Center* – 1st floor lobby (*beginning Feb. 12)
- Baker Building – 1st floor
- 2525 West End – Outside HR Express
- Loews Office Tower – General Counsel’s office
- Recreation and Wellness Center
- Health Plus office in the Rec Center – Lobby
USAC would like to recognize the critical partnership of Plant Operations staff, who are facilitating the pick up and storage of donations from each of these locations. Without their assistance, this drive, along with so many other important events on our campus, could not happen.