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Swipe Out Hunger Campus Lead Survey

1. What's your name?

2. Which college do you represent?

3. Which of the following best describes your role? Select all that apply.

4. If your campus had a meal donation drive, when did it occur this term? If not, write N/A.

5. If your campus had a meal donation drive, how many people helped operate the drive and who was involved (student group, volunteers, staff, etc.)? If not, write N/A.

6. If your campus had a meal donation drive, how many students donated in the drive? If not, write N/A.

7. What currency was collected? Select all that apply.

8. How were donations collected? Select all that apply.

9. If your campus had a meal donation drive, what total amount was donated (e.g. 1,000 swipes, 500 guest meals, 2,000 points)? If not, write N/A.

10. If your campus had a meal donation drive, how were the resources generated from this drive used (e.g. 1,000 meal swipe credits were created, $2,500 was donated to the campus pantry, etc.)? If not, write N/A.

11. If your campus simply provides meal swipes without a donation drive, what total amount was available this term? If you do host a meal donation drive, write N/A.

12. If information is available, how many meals have been served and how many students have been reached this term as a result your Swipe program?

13. When considering the rate of food insecurity on your campus and the resources generated through the meal sharing program, was there...

14. Was there a special program, event, or campaign you implemented this term that you would recommend to other campuses in the network? If so, please describe what it was!

Examples may include setting up a SNAP enrollment clinic, developing a campus hunger task force, organizing a free farmer's market, or hosting an awareness campaign.

15. Does your campus have additional food security programs beyond the swipe program being run on your campus? E.g. additional hot meal programs, grocery store gift cards, food pantries, other innovative programs. List any below.

16. Overall, how satisfied are you with the support we provided this term? On a scale of 1 - 7, with 1 being not satisfied and 7 being extremely satisfied.

17. How has your campus been impacted by joining the Swipe Out Hunger movement?

18. Since developing your Swipe Out Hunger program, has your campus experienced any of the following? Choose as many as you like.

19. Which activity or element of support from Swipe Out Hunger made the biggest difference this term (i.e. our coaching, case studies of other campus models, marketing support, our promptness and frequency of contact etc.)?

20. How else can our national Swipe Out Hunger office better support you in the future?

21. If speaking to a colleague on another campus would you recommend working with Swipe Out Hunger? Why or why not?

22. Swipe Out Hunger is investing time and resources to develop advocacy pathways for students to push for higher education basic needs legislation in your state and federally. Are you interested in speaking with a team member to learn more about this? If so, please provide your email address.


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