Detroit Mercy Campus Kitchen
Teach, Reach, Feed, Lead: First in Michigan
Detroit Mercy’s Campus Kitchen program is the first Campus Kitchen in the State of Michigan. The idea for this Campus Kitchen came from Sodexo Retail Manager Kari Haddrill and Sodexo continues to provide critical, ongoing support. We are a part of a national program: The Campus Kitchens Project.
What are you waiting for? If you are interested in volunteering, register online for one of our many events throughout the year or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Euchre Tournament and Games Night
Join in the FUN-draiser for Campus Kitchen: a Euchre Tournament and Games Night on Feb. 19 at 4 p.m.
If you are good at Euchre: First prize is a two-night stay at the Hilton Cleveland and tickets to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. If you don't play Euchre, there will still be plenty of other fun games to play! Click here to register.
Connect with Campus Kitchen
According to the national website, The Campus Kitchens Project (CKP), "is an emerging leader in community service for students and resourceful anti-hunger programs."
What we do is kind of a no-brainer. We know there are people in every community who need nourishing meals. And, we know that every college campus has unserved food in its dining halls and brilliant students in its classrooms. So we put them all together.
Campus Kitchen is currently hiring!
The CK office is located in Commerce & Finance Building Room 7 on the McNichols Campus.
Campus Kitchen partners with several Detroit agencies, including:
- Lakeridge Village
- Peggy's Place
- Neighborhood Services Organization and more!
Detroit Mercy Campus Kitchen is a nonprofit social enterprise based in Detroit with a mission to develop compassionate and just student leaders who engage our community to combat hunger.
Campus Kitchen assures that quality food that would otherwise be wasted gets to people in the community who need it.
We focus our efforts on serving marginal populations including women seeking relief from domestic violence and people recovering from addictions. We reach them through strategic partnerships with organizations who serve these populations.