The Cupboard


No gift is too small. Monetary donations allow us to stock the shelves, especially with high-nutrient foods, specialty foods, or items missing from our current inventory. We may also use monetary donations to purchase equipment used for The Cupboard.  

If you have any questions or comments, please email the student Cupboard Operations Coordinator at  

The student Cupboard Operations Coordinator is supervised by Michele Miller, so you may also contact her, especially during break periods; or 715-346-4991. 

Monetary Donations

  • Make checks payable to the UWSP Foundation
    Designate "The Cupboard Fund #4890" in the memo line

  • Mail your checks to:
    UWSP Foundation
    2100 Main Street, Suite 134
    Stevens Point, WI 54481

  • Donate money using your credit card at:
    Designate your gift to The Cupboard fund #4890

In-Kind Donations

The Cupboard accepts non-expired, non-perishable food items and toiletries. Please bring donations to Campus Activities & Student Engagement (CASE) in the Dreyfus University Center, room 050, or call 715-346-4700 if you need assistance with your donation.

To ensure food safety, the Cupboard cannot use: 

  • rusty or unlabeled cans
  • expired items
  • homemade items
  • non-commercial canned or packaged items
  • alcoholic beverages, mixes or soda
  • open or used items
  • medications 

Give the gift of time.  


Organize a Food Drive

Food drives organized by student organizations, departments, individuals and community organizations are critically important to keeping The Cupboard's shelves stocked. If you or an organization would like to put on a food drive for The Cupboard and require assistance, please contact Sage Lefebvre at

The Cupboard Wish list

  • bread
  • pasta
  • rice
  • instant or real potatoes
  • macaroni and cheese
  • cereal
  • pancake mix
  • oatmeal
  • whole grains
  • boxed meals
Fruits and Vegetables 
  • canned, fresh or frozen fruit
  • canned, fresh or frozen vegetables
  • canned soup
  • 100% fruit juice
  • jam or jelly
  • canned or frozen meat
  • beef stew
  • tuna
  • canned chili
  • peanut butter and other nut butters
  • canned or dried beans
  • soap
  • shampoo
  • deodorant
  • toilet paper
  • feminine hygeine items


Business class collects and donates non perishable food items to The Cupboard after a successful food drive.  
Children from local schools help weigh food at The Cupboard as they learn about community service.

The Cupboard relies on paper bag donations, for clients to use when receiving food.

The Cupboard also accepts toiletry donations such as toilet paper and toothbrushes.