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What is the PPCC Cares initiative?

PPCC Cares organizes monthly food giveaways and supports our food pantry. We are committed to serving our college community by combating food insecurity and offering support services to those in need.

November 20th - Mobile Food Market
Thanks to the 112 volunteers who helped distribute 17,930 pounds of food. This event was one of our largest to date.

Your work directly impacted 2,770 people in our community.

Mobile Food Market

In partnership with Southern Colorado Care and Share, PPCC Cares organizes monthly mobile food markets open to students, staff, and community members.

There are no requirements to receive food (no ID or demonstration of need). Food distribution is completed on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Spring 2019 Mobile Food Market Dates

* All events will be held on the Centennial Campus in the Atrium. Food distribution will begin at 11:00 am and continue until food runs out.

Monday, February 18th

Monday, March 18th

Monday, April 15th 

The Community Table

PPCC's Community Table is a food pantry and common space for students, faculty, and staff. Additionally, The Community Table offers:

  • United Way 211 Navigators are available to connect you with community resources
  • Global Village Roundtable discussions Thursdays at 11am
  • Information on undergraduate research opportunities--EXPLORE
  • COSI Scholars' program coaching

Location and Hours for the Community Table

Located at the Centennial Campus in room A312

Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00pm

Downtown Studio and Rampart Range Food Pantries

In addition to providing free hygiene materials to students at each of their offices, the Office of Student Life at PPCC maintains satellite food pantries at the Downtown Studio and Rampart Range campuses.

Food Pantry Hours for Downtown and Rampart

Monday & Tuesdays: 8:00 am - 5:55 pm

Wednesdays & Thursdays: 8:00 am - 4:55 pm

Friday: 9:00 am - 4:55 pm

 

Bus Passes for Students

Current PPCC students have unlimited access to use the Mountain Metro bus system. More information can be found on the PPCC "Get On Board" campaigns website.

Students are required to get a new ID (free of cost), at any student life office, that can be swiped on metro buses. 

More Information on Bus Passes

Volunteer with PPCC Cares

Become a Volunteer

Email PPCC Cares

Community Resources

Free and confidential; walk-ins or by appointment to link you with the resources you need.

Centennial Campus, The Community Table, A312

 

Call 719-502-4525

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Find Food in Your Neighborhood

Use Care and Share's "Find Food in your Neighborhood" tool to find food assistance locations near you.

Find Food Today Information on Food Waste