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Bods Feeding Bods

 Is a food pantry on the campus of Washburn University providing nutritious food to any member of the Washburn Community who might find themselves in need. Bods Feeding Bods is located in Room 19 of Henderson Hall. Food donations are accepted at any time. Food donation bins are located in the Memorial Union, Mabee Library and Outside Bods Feeding Bods. 

How Does It Work:

Any member of the Washburn Community with an active i-Card can access Bods Feeding Bods located in room 19 of Henderson Hall. Food distribution is based on family size. 

Hours of Operation:

Mondays 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Thursdays 10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Fridays 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Bods Feeding Bods is supported by: Leaning in the Community (LinC); Christian Challenge; and the Psychology Department

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The Exchange

The Exchange is an on-campus food pantry serving the Washburn community.

Where to give when you can

The Exchange has donation bins on the Washburn campus in the Memorial Union and at Mabee Library. All donations in these bins support The Exchange, Washburn's on-campus food bank.

Where is the Exchange?

The Exchange will be located in Room 19, Henderson Learning Resources Center. 

How it works

The Exchange is here to serve you. The student-led, student-driven initiative operates in partnership with Christian Challenge, Learning in the Community and the Psychology Department.

If you have an active Washburn iCard, you're welcome. Distribution of food is based on family size.

Days and Hours

The Exchange will operate each week in Henderson 19:

  • Mondays from 3-6 p.m.
  • Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Every iCard holder may visit The Exchange twice per month to select food for themselves and their family members.

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