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Public Service Announcement!

You can get free bread from the Kelburn VUWSA office every Friday.

There’s also the VUWSA Community Pantry where you can get a free bundle of food, a fruit and vege market voucher, and sanitary items — no questions asked. It’s simple as! Just fill in the form on the VUWSA website and pick up at our Kelburn office.

There’s a Pipitea Campus Community Veggie Garden if you’re interested. Join their Facebook group to find out more.

You can get wholesale price organic foods from the VUW Organic Food Co-op every month — find them on Facebook. There’s also the VUW Fruit and Vegetable Co-op where you can get enough supplies for two people for a week for $12, just order online and pick-up at any campus.

You now have more knowledge about the food services at VUW than I did in my first three years of uni. With each year of my studies I discovered a different on-campus food service that I didn’t know about before.

We will put all the information about the on-campus food services in one place so that you can find out what’s available and how to access it — easy peasy. This will be the starting point for our Food Network that will connect students with food services at VUW.

VUWSA put out a survey last week to find out if students were aware of these food services. Many students struggle to afford food from week to week and financial pressure makes it hard to make healthy food choices. VUWSA is here to support students, and this data will help us to improve these services so that every student can eat better and stress less.

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