The SUNY Sullivan Food Pantry supports students, staff, and faculty experiencing food and financial insecurity, two urgent issues exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Operated in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of New York Campus Ministry and The Delaware Catskill Episcopal Ministry, the pantry offers non-perishable food, toiletries, as well as weekly fresh vegetables from SUNY Sullivan Community Garden to the college community on an as needed basis to the SUNY Sullivan community.
Available food includes:
- Canned vegetables
- Cereals & granola bars
- Frozen chicken
- Almond milk & other shelf-safe beverages
- & more.
Other items available include:
- Body wash
- Baby wipes
- Disposable diapers
- & more.
The Food Pantry was established with the generous support of the Ulster Savings Bank Community Foundation and SUNY Ulster Food Pantry, as well as donations from SUNY, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County, SUNY Sullivan Community Garden, and Caring Hands Food Pantry St John’s Episcopal Church in Monticello.
We are seeking monetary donations, as that allows us to purchase the items needed. But we always welcome and appreciate various supplies, especially full sized toiletries and feminine products.