The Pitt Pantry

Pitt Pantry

Pantry Hours

We will be having regular hours the week of finals. We will be taking appointments the first week of Winter break with a 24 hour notice Monday-Friday 9am-6pm.

Fall 2019 Hours

Tuesdays 5-8 pm (Produce Days)

Wednesdays 2-5 pm

Thursday 5-8 pm

Friday 2-5 pm (Recovered Food Days)

*If you are unable to stop by during these times, please email  pantry@pitt.edu to set up an appointment.

Appointments are available Monday through Friday from 9 am-5 pm

All appointments should be submitted 24 hours in advance.

 

Location: Bellefield Presbyterian Church, 4001 Fifth Avenue


Related Resources

 

Check out this online Resource Guide compiled by the University Library System with food, housing, health, employment, health, and other resources!


Pantry Usage Requirements

All members of the Pitt community are welcome to visit the pantry. Through a self-certification form, shoppers are eligible to use the pantry if they earn less than 150% of the Federal Poverty line, a state regulation, which equals $18,090 for a household of one and $24,360 dollars for a household of two. If you have questions regarding your eligibility, please email pantry@pitt.edu.

Shoppers may shop for themselves and any family members (children, spouses, or partners with whom they share food) but unfortunately, not roommates. If your roommate is also in need of services, please bring them with you or contact us for a referral.


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Your donations truly make an impact. Hear what our shoppers have to say about the Pitt Pantry:

“The pantry has helped me save so much time and money while working as a grad student on a small stipend.”

“Worrying about food was really starting to affect my schoolwork. The pantry had better items than I could have hoped for, and the volunteers made the experience great.”

“I thought it was so amazing that Pitt had a pantry when I first moved here. My last university didn’t have anything like this so when I moved here I felt like Pitt really cared about me and my experience.”

“I spent down all my money because of health issues this month, and could not afford groceries this week so I was very grateful to get a large bag of food!”

“It’s really comforting to know that I can come to the Pitt Pantry and not worry so much about eating.”


In the News

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, College Pantry Series

90.5 WESA, 13 November 2017: http://wesa.fm/post/pitt-pantry-helps-students-realize-poor-nutrition-doesn-t-have-be-part-college-experience#stream/0

The Pitt News, 24 March 2016: Pitt Pantry Simulates Hunger
The Pitt News, October 2015: College Food Insecurity Demands Action

The Pitt News, : Food Pantry for Students to open in Oakland


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