Ohio University faculty come together to fully stock up the Cat's Cupboard on the fith floor of Baker Center, taken August 11, 2020. With the Coronavirus impacting fellow Bobcats, staff members and student employees work together to provide those in need with fresh produce, canned goods, and more.

Support the OHIO community through Kindness is Food campaign

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Unexpected obstacles can often come up in life no matter how well prepared someone is. Loss of safe housing, inability to pay a large bill, or not having enough food for a full week of meals are issues that are unfortunately not uncommon. For the over 500 users of Ohio University’s food pantry, Cats’ Cupboard, the basic needs resources the University provides can be life changing.

As the holiday season approaches, Cats’ Cupboard staff want to make sure the shelves remain well stocked for whatever members of the OHIO community might need. As part of this effort, University partners launched the #KindnessIsFood initiative, an uplifting campaign designed to address food insecurity not only on campus but also within the broader community. This campaign, active until Dec. 14, aligns seamlessly with the Barbara Geralds Institute for Storytelling and Social Impact’s #OperationHummingbird, an initiative promoting deliberate acts of kindness.

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