Associated Students, Inc. held its weekly pop-up pantry event, in which about 200 students received groceries and canned goods.
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In its weekly pop-up event Friday, Associated Students, Inc. provided about 200 students with produce and non-perishables at its pop-up Beach Pantry program.
Although the on-campus Beach Pantry remains closed for the fall, Long Beach State’s Associated Students, Inc. is continuing to provide students with access to the pantry’s services through a drive-through event each Friday afternoon.
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One by one, students pulled up in their cars, parked and waited on masked-volunteers to pack their trunks with bagged groceries Friday in the parking lot in front of Brotman Hall
The Associated Students Inc. Beach Pantry hosted a one-day pop-up market Tuesday to offer assistance to students after President Jane Close-Conoley sent out an email calling for the reduction of use to the University Student Union.
Food will be distributed at the University Student Union west patio rather than the pantry’s normal location.
The student assistants at the Beach Pantry are busy during their shifts restocking, answering phone calls and maintaining the office’s cleanliness. They are also busy ensuring that every student has a positive experience there, a reflection of their own hardships.
Student Josh Haber asks the ASI Senate to collaborate by presenting his app “Peri,” which helps bring more nutritious and affordable food options to students.
ASI purchased a new solar cart early September after being selected to receive a Calrecycle grant for $60,000. The cart helps ASI transport non-perishable food selections to the Beach Pantry.