Food Security

Ensuring that all BGSU graduate students are able to receive proper nutrition throughout their academic career is important to Graduate Student Senate and to the success of our constituents.

If you are experiencing food insecurity and need assistance, please contact the local nonprofits below or reach out to GSS leadership through our "Submit an Issue" form.

 

 

 

 

OrganizationAddressPhone Number
Program Details
St. Aloysius Food Pantry
150 S. Enterprise St.419-352-4195Mon-Fri; 10am-12pm & 1-3pm; Once a Month
St. Thomas More Food Pantry
425 Thurstin Ave.
419-352-7555Tues & Thurs; 9am-12pm & 1-4pm; Once a Month (must be Wood Co. Resident)
Daily Bread Program (The Common Good)
113 Crim St.
419-806-4475Mon-Fri; 10am-6pm; Bread & Canned Goods when available
Brown Bag Food Project
Delivery Available
419-960-534524/7 Hours; Emergency, immediate 3-5 days of food/toiletries to Wood Co. Residents
St. Mark's Lutheran Church315 S. College Dr.
419-353-9305Free meal offered on Weds; 6pm; Sept-May
Martha's Kitchen (First United Methodist Church)
1526 E. Wooster
419-353-0682Free meal offered on Fri; 4:30-6pm
The Common Good
113 Crim St.419-806-4475Free meal offered Thurs; 5:30pm; Dinner Dialogue w/ Free Soup & Bread
Salvation Army
N/ACall 419-352-5918 for appt.Provides utility assistance, emergency prescription, transportation, & housing assistance