Food Pantry & Free Store

Hours: 8:30am - 5:00 pm M-F

Food Pantry

Any students or Appalachian family members who have food or goods needs are invited to visit Appalachian’s food pantry. Located in the Office of Sustainability on the bottom floor of East Hall, the food pantry offers non-perishable staples as well as seasonal, local fruits and vegetables, as available.

If you or a group you are a member of wish to assist and donate items to the food bank, here is a list of approved foods for campus use:

ASU Food Bank Approved Foods for Dorm/On Campus Students

Protein:
Nut Butter
Soy, coconut, or almond milk Hummus
Canned or dried beans (black, kidney, cannellini, pinto, etc)
Nuts (ex. peanuts, walnuts, pecans)
Seeds
Oils

Grains:
Whole grain cereals
(ex plain Cheerios, Rice Chex, Multigrain Cheerios)
Oatmeal
Whole grain bread
Whole grain crackers
Rice crackers (gluten free) Microwavable brown rice cups Whole grain tortilla wraps Whole grain bagels
Whole wheat pasta Gluten-free pasta
Whole grain baking mix Whole wheat pizza crusts
Rice
Barley
Bulgur
Quinoa

Produce:
Canned vegetables Canned fruit in its own juice Dried fruit
(ex. Apricot, raisins, prunes) Apple sauce

Snacks/Other:
Granola/granola bars Jelly and jam
Honey
Maple syrup
Rice cakes Trail mix Infant formula Canned soups

Baking/Cooking:
Measuring cups
Measuring spoons
Can openers
Gently used or new kitchen items (such as bakeware and utensils)
Cooking spray Flour
Cornmeal
Baking powder Baking soda
Vanilla extract Lemon or lime juice

Seasonings:
Ginger root or dried ginger Garlic powder
Pepper
Chili powder
Curry or turmeric powder
Mrs. Dash/salt-free seasoning
Vinegar (apple cider, balsamic, red wine)
Parsley flakes
Paprika
Dried rosemary, oregano, basil, or other seasonings
Fresh herbs

Personal Care Items:
Feminine products
Shampoo/conditioner
Toothbrushes Toothpaste
Shaving items
Combs/brushes

Free Store

Need clothes, basic hygiene items, home goods, or school supplies? Or do you have these items to donate? Visit the free store, located in the same space as the food pantry. This resource exists so that members of the Appalachian community can exchange clothing and goods as needed, including casualwear, dressier items, and apparel for job or internship interviews.

Approved items for donation:

School/Office Supplies:
Pencils
Pens
Notebooks
Loose-leaf paper
Binders
Folders
Backpacks
Arts/crafts supplies
Oils

Winter gear:
Hats
Scarves
Gloves
Coats
Outdoor/Sports

Gear:
Sleeping bags
Camping equipment
Sleds
Sports balls
First aid supplies

(New in package):
Band-aids
Antibiotic ointment
Aspirin/cold medicine
Sunscreen
Ace bandages
First aid supplies
Brita water filters
Diapers
Toilet paper
Batteries

(Can be gently used):
Shopping bags
Glass water bottles
Ceramic travel mugs
Medical boots
Crutches

Interview clothing:
Suits
Shirts
Pants
Ties
Provisions