food-pantry-shelfThe OSU Emergency Food Pantry exists to support students and community members experiencing poverty and food insecurity. It operates in partnership with the Oregon State University Foundation, and the Linn-Benton Food Share.

Students and non-students welcome, we serve everyone! Go to the OSU Emergency Food Pantry, which is located in the Avery Lodge, 1030 SW Madison Ave, Corvallis. The Food Pantry is open twice a month, check the schedule online!

Please bring your own bags!

For more information: call 541-737-3747 or email

Can't make it until the next pantry? You can come to Avery Lodge to pick up a few nonperishables between 9am and 5pm (Please note: hours vary during seasonal break/summer).

***Avery Lodge is our new permanent home!***

This image displays a map from Snell Hall to Avery Lodge, the new location for HSRC and the Food Pantry.panty dates 2016 2017

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