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Lion’s Pantry Announces Summer Hours

Penn State’s on-campus student food bank, Lion’s Pantry, is now open for the summer. The organization will hold regular hours from 4-6 p.m. on Mondays at its location next to the Blue Band Building. Lion’s Pantry will also distribute food this summer from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every Tuesday in Room 106 of Abba Java Coffeehouse.

Lion’s Pantry offers free food for any student with a Penn State ID, no questions asked. While it was previously funded solely by donations, the 2017 Class Gift created an endowment to ensure a permanent, annual funding source.

Those in need can pick up food from Lion’s Pantry during its regular Monday hours with no advance notice necessary. However, those who would like to pick up food on Tuesdays at Abba Java should fill out this request form by Monday at 4 p.m.

To donate food items, visit the Lion’s Pantry website for more information. Monetary donations are also accepted online.

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