Campus Kitchen At Creighton University
Campus Kitchen is a national food recovery initiative based in Washington D.C.
Schools across the country are able to take the unused food in dining halls and use it to create nutritious meals to service to people in their communities.
Founded at Creighton University in January 2009, students serve senior citizens close to campus 2 meals every weekend in order to fill in gaps within their food security. In addition, students provide about 60 meals once a month to the Mosiac Community Development Center.
Food is prepared in either Brandies Hall or Becker Hall on the Creighton Campus. The food served is primarily unused dining hall food supplimented with purchased food from the Omaha Food Bank. All meals prepared by Campus Kitchen at Creighton strive for balanced nutrition including protein, grain, fruit and vegetable components.
Campus Kitchen at Creighton is an entirely student lead initiative with support from various departments and centers at Creighton University. All Creighton students, faculty, and staff are welcomed and encouraged to volunteer and support the Campus Kitchen initiative.
Kiewit Hall, First Floor
2500 N. California Plaza Omaha, NE 68178
C/O Student Activities Office
2500 N. California Plaza
Omaha, NE 68178
Where we serve:
§ East Park Tower (Weekends)
539 S 26th Ave Omaha, NE 68105
§ Mosiac Community Development (First Monday of Every Month)
1258 S. 13th St. Omaha, NE 68108