University of California – Davis
Welcome Aggies!

About the program

In late November and mid-June, UC Davis hosts donation drives in residence halls and dining commons so that students can donate Aggie Cash, credit cards, and cash to support their classmates facing food insecurity. Funds from the drive directly support several programs: 1) the Aggie Meal Share, a financial aid program that provides meals to students who qualify for assistance; 2) the ASUCD Pantry, which provides food and other supplies, such as toiletries to UC Davis students in need; and 3) the Yolo Food Bank, which provides food to support the community members in Yolo County.


Are you experiencing food or housing insecurity on campus? Submit an application here for the Aggie Meal Share program and check out our Campus Resources section below for additional information on the Basic Needs Center.

Founders

  • Richard Ronquillo

Year Founded

2014

Program Roots

UC Davis has been allowing students to address food insecurity since the early 1990s. In 2014, UC Davis formally partnered with Swipe Out Hunger to support the Aggie Meal Share program.

Get involved

To get involved with several resources on campus, check out more information from UC Davis' Basic Needs Centerย here.

CAMPUS RESOURCES

  • East Wing, Memorial Union, next to The Market

  • Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm

  • 530.752.9254