It Starts with A Hunger Free LCCC

In Lorain County more than 40,300 people struggled with food insecurity* last year – including many LCCC students.

LCCC students have access to the on-campus food pantry, Commodore Cupboard, but sometimes that’s not enough. To help relieve some of the stress related to food insecurity for students, the college has pledged to create a #HungerFreeLCCC.

To accomplish this, the college has partnered with local organizations like Second Harvest Food Bank and Lorain County Public Health to expand services provided by the Commodore Cupboard. The Hunger Free LCCC initiative will also significantly maximize opportunities for LCCC to connect unused food to those who can benefit on our campus.

*Food insecurity means being uncertain of having, or unable to acquire, enough food to meet the needs of all members of the household due to insufficient resources. Food-insecure households include those with low food security and very low food security. 
(Source:  United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service)


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.  

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The #HungerFreeLCCC Challenge

The LCCC campus community is invited to join the fight against hunger by participating in the #HungerFreeLCCC Challenge. Participants are asked to complete any combination of the following activities:

  • Volunteering at least 10 hours with the Commodore Cupboard
  • Donating at least 10 non-perishable food items to the Cupboard
  • Donating $10 to the Commodore Cupboard for food purchases

Each challenge participant will receive a Hunger Free LCCC T-shirt. 

Hunger Free LCCC
Hunger Free LCCC T-Shirts

Please complete the form below to commit to the Hunger Free LCCC Challenge.