The Campus Kitchen at Kent State University (CKKSU).
The Campus Kitchen at the Kent State University is a local chapter of the national Campus Kitchens Project based in Washington, D.C. Our organization specifically strives to relieve hunger in Portage county and the surrounding community. We use locally-resourced food to prepare nutritionally balanced meals for social service agencies like Kent Social Services. Student volunteers are in control throughout the entire process, from food resourcing to food delivery. Simultaneously, CKKSU furthers sustainability by using food from dining halls that would otherwise go to waste.
Membership is open to regularly enrolled Kent State University students as well as faculty, staff, and community members. No individual may be denied membership on the basis of race, sex, religion, national origin, color, age, disability, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Volunteer members of Campus Kitchen must sign up on the GivePulse website and fill out the volunteer waiver.