The Campus Kitchenat the university of georgia
campus kitchen at uga
The Campus Kitchen at UGA is the student-powered hunger relief program of the UGA Office of Service-Learning. We exist to spotlight sustainable solutions to hunger and food waste and to showcase a mutually beneficial university-community partnership.
Campus Kitchen runs a weekly food recovery and redistribution enterprise led by UGA student volunteers. Student leaders and volunteers together transform unused food from grocery stores and farms into meals and groceries that are delivered to older adults and human service agencies in Athens, Georgia.
The Campus Kitchen at UGA goes beyond providing just meal service 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.
Meals made from scratch
Pounds of food donated to agencies & clients
Pounds of food recovered
Clients served in 2017-2018
UGA & community volunteers
Today, the Campus Kitchen at UGA serves over 700 meals each month to older adults, their families, and aging service providers, as well as engage in community dinners and senior community gardens.