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


Campus Food Shed fights campus food insecurity

Campus Food Shed provides free food, produce for university members

UW-Madison Campus

UW graduate student pushes to alleviate student food insecurity

Rutstein made recommendations for how the university can combat student food insecurty


Winter is right around the corner, heightening need for homelessness support

With cold winter ahead, students facing food, shelter insecurity will need support — laws must be implemented quickly


Silent but deadly: Food insecurity discreetly permeates UW campus, requires attention

Increasing awareness, tackling stigma surrounding food insecurity on campus vital to supporting UW students

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Students have a lot on their plates — but not enough food

In light of confusion surrounding accessibility, eligibility of food insecurity relief programs, Second Harvest Foodback provides clarity

UW-Madison Campus

Nutrition expert breaks down Dane County’s efforts to reduce food insecurity

Roughly 11.8 percent of the county's residents struggle with food insecurity


Food insecurity at UW requires campus-wide effort

Lack of transparency about SNAP benefits leaves students confused, unable to take advantage of resources


F.H. King continues to fight for campus-wide food security

Student organization works with food-based campus groups to best support food insecure students

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