Commodore Cupboard


The Commodore Cupboard provides emergency food assistance to community members that meet income eligibility guidelines (household income at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level).  The Commodore Cupboard is an equal opportunity provider.



In the College Center near the doors of the AT building. See Campus Map



If you are unable to make it to the Commodore Cupboard during posted open hours, please contact us at (440) 366-4076. It can be opened on special request.

Spring Semester (January 22 – May 17 )

Mondays & Wednesdays: 3-5 p.m.
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 1-5 p.m.
Fridays: Closed

Anytime the campus is closed for a holiday or inclement weather, the Commodore Cupboard is also closed.


Help Us Better Meet Your Needs

We want to know your experiences with hunger and food insecurity so LCCC can better meet your needs.

Please take a few minutes to share you input in this short survey.

Take the Food Insecurity Survey



If you’d like to donate items to the Commodore Cupboard, please refer to our list of needed items.

Commodore Cupboard Donation List

For our list of our up-to-date most needed items, take a look at our Amazon wish list.

Commodore Cupboard Amazon Wish List

You can drop off donations to the Commodore Cupboard during open hours or to the drop-off area near LC102 in the Bass Library Building anytime.  If you need assistance transporting your donation, contact for assistance.


Financial Contributions

If you would like to make a financial contribution to the Commodore Cupboard which will help the pantry purchase needed food supplies as needed, you can make a donation through the LCCC Foundation with the note to direct your donation to the Commodore Cupboard.

Make a Monetary Donation


Hunger Free LCCC Challenge

The Hunger Free LCCC Challenge seeks to engage the campus community to reduce food insecurity among LCCC students.

     Learn more and join the Hunger Free LCCC Challenge. 


Volunteer at the Commodore Cupboard

The Commodore Cupboard is always looking for volunteers to help with projects that will support those most in need in our community.  Volunteers can help with:

  • Food distribution
  • Sorting donations
  • Stocking the pantry
  • Organizing food drives

If you are interested in volunteering, contact:

Sarah Hyde-Pinner
(440) 366-4745.


Contact us
(440) 366-4745


Special thanks to the LCCC Foundation for your generous grant.