Thanks for visiting!

This project is now in update mode. Check back regularly to see how things are progressing.

Migration Club Fall 2023

Raised toward our $1,200 Goal
5 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on November 13, at 11:59 PM EST
Project Owners

Migration Club Fall 2023

Join the Migration Club in combating food insecurity at Duquesne with our on-campus McAnulty College Community Food Pantry. The food pantry strives to provide food for students, faculty, and staff year-round with respect and privacy. As an extension of the Center for Migration, Displacement, and Community Studies in the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts we recognize food insecurity as an important source of human flows globally. Additionally, we appreciate the importance of food for creating a welcoming and integrated community. We want everyone in the Duquesne community to have reliable access to a sufficient quantity of nutritious and delicious food.

How do we support the students at Duquesne?

To achieve this goal, our pantry provides healthy food in a welcoming, stigma-free environment. With the support of McAnulty College, our club aims to address and educate our community about food insecurity by increasing awareness and decreasing stigmas surrounding this widespread issue. In line with other food-based initiatives on campus, the Migration Club with the McAnulty College Food Pantry will do its best to serve our community. In the future, we hope to expand pantry partnerships to promote sustainability and decrease food waste on Duquesne’s campus. We know that for many students, food insecurity has a negative impact on their physical and mental health and creates an obstacle to academic and personal success. We also know that for many of us, this situation worsened by the pandemic. We hope that our pantry will not only provide high-quality food for members of the Duquesne community, but will also help raise awareness and facilitate conversation around this serious issue.

What could my donation help cover?

Your generous donation would provide the funds to stock the pantry and diversify the food options. We plan to offer a wider range of dietary-sensitive options such as gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, Halal, Kosher, vegetarian, and more. Funds would also cover awareness-events hosted by the Migration Club such as speaker events, documentary viewings, or academic conferences. Please consider donating to the McAnulty College Community Food Pantry – thank you!

How can I get connected?

If you’re interested in joining Migration Club or in getting more information, you can email us at or support us by following us on Instagram @duqmigrationclub - please share this campaign on social media and with your friends and family!

Thank you for your consideration!

Choose a giving level


Snack Starters

A gift of $10 adds variety to our pantry selections with easy snacks like hummus, peanut butter, crackers, and granola bars


Protein Pack

A gift of $25 purchases protein options for every diet like canned fish, lentils, greek yogurt, protein powder, and cottage cheese


1 week of breakfast

A gift of $30 allows patrons to stock up on breakfast essentials for the week


2 weeks of lunches

A gift of $50 is enough to purchase 2 weeks-worth of healthy lunch options


1 month of dinners

A gift of $100 covers 1 month of delicious dinner options


1 month of essentials

A gift of $200 can stock the pantry for a month with the non-food essentials like soap, deodorant, toothpaste, and more


Food Pantry Restock

A gift of $500 helps us replenish the pantry and keep it fully stocked all year long

Our Crowdfunding Groups