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Affordable food on campus
As a member of the Concordia Community, these kitchens and food security programs will help keep your household budget under control.
A student-run vegan soup kitchen that serves meals (cost is by donation) to Concordia students. Bring your own container for faster service.
Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard
Meet new people at a weekly vegan meal at the Multi-faith and Spirituality Centre ($2 donation requested).
CSU Loyola Luncheon
You can have a free, healthy, and vegetarian lunch at the Hive.
CSU Emergency Food Voucher
The CSU can provide up to $50 food vouchers for students in emergency situations.
Multi-faith and Spirituality Centre
The Student Emergency Food Fund is available for Concordia students in need.
Concordia Food Services’ Emergency Meal Vouchers
Concordia Food Services can provide flex dollars applicable at all their cafés and at the Buzz Dinning Hall for students who are in emergency situations. Flex dollars can be uploaded to your ID card through Recreation & Athletics, Financial Aids, the Multi-faith & Spirituality Centre, the Aboriginal Student Resource Centre, Campus Wellness & Support Services, the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities, and the Student Parents Centre.
Emergency Meal Vouchers for The Hive Café Co-op
Through Recreation & Athletics, Financial Aids, the Multi-faith & Spirituality Centre, the Aboriginal Student Resource Centre, Campus Wellness & Support Services, the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities, and the Student Parents Centre, you can also get vouchers for The Hive Café Co-op applicable at the SGW and Loyola locations.
The Hive’s Solidarity Food Movement
A pay-it-forward food initiative where members of the community can purchase food items in advance for other members to request later.
Other food resources both on and off campus
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