Physical Resource Center partners with Greater Cleveland Food Bank

Earlier this month, Case Western Reserve’s Physical Resource Center (PRC) formalized a partnership with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank (GCFB), aiming to address the growing issue of food insecurity on campus and extend support to the wider community.

The PRC will now receive monthly deliveries from the GCFB including items such as sausage patties, cereal, frozen meals, chicken, rice, pasta, soups, strawberries, milk, shredded cheese, and more. They will also maintain a stock of fresh produce through weekly pick-ups, and continue to host GCFB's mobile food pantries each semester to distribute the most nutritious items from the Food Bank.

The Physical Resources Center is open to all students, faculty, staff and community members; anyone who visits the PRC will have access to their food pantry.

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