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UW-Madison Campus

Center for Financial Security hosts seminar on food spending, insufficiency

UW affiliate group hopes to create database to predict future trends in food insecurity

UW-Madison Campus

UW students donate to fight food insecurity through Swipe Out Hunger drive

Proceeds will go towards Badger FARE Program, which loads money onto student Wiscards

State of Wisconsin

Food deserts in Wisconsin result in short term solutions, public health impacts

Low-income communities in North, South Madison are most affected, Rep. Hong says

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Why pay-what-you-can systems must become the norm in Wisconsin

Rising prevalence of food deserts, food prices increases need for affordable options

UW-Madison Campus

People of UW: Founder of Feed the Change shares how working with Madison’s homeless population changed his approach to life

Stories of students: Come back next week for more stories about students making difference on campus

UW-Madison Campus

UW hosts Swipe Drive to raise funds for food-insecure students

This week, students can donate one dollar when making WisCard purchases across campus

UW-Madison Campus

UW Frozen Meals Program expands to UW Hillel, aims to address food insecurity in pandemic

'Food insecurity is potentially a big factor for a lot of students currently because of the pandemic, so we're hoping to continue to be a good campus partner in this program,' UW Housing registered dietitian says

City of Madison

United Way awards $1.5 milllion in COVID-19 relief grants to local organizations

United Way funded more than 90 organizations through these grants

UW-Madison Campus

Office of Student Financial Aid, Open Seat offer support to struggling students during COVID-19 shutdowns

Emergency funds still available through Office of Financial Aid

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Campus Food Shed fights campus food insecurity

Campus Food Shed provides free food, produce for university members

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