"When someone’s food security has stabilized, their mental health, sense of campus inclusion and finances improve. It isn’t just about dismantling the “starving student” stereotype: the fact is, when a student feels nourished, it has a ripple effect on so many other aspects of their lives. Of students who accessed Swipe Out Hunger’s programs, 63 percent of meal donation recipients felt less stress and anxiety about where to get their next meal, 61 percent felt their college was more supportive of students like them and more than half said they were able to make ends meet and stretch their money." Read more here about food insecurity resources on college campuses.

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