Johnson C. Smith University students Holly Henderson, left, De’Erik Bradley, center, and Myracle Stevenson stock the shelves of one of the temporary pantry closets. The food pantry will relocate to its permanent site in the next few weeks. Food Lion is partnering with Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte’s historically black university, to open a new, free food pantry for students. Thursday marks the first of two campus pantries opening in celebration of Food Lion’s partnership with CIAA. JCSU’s Golden Bulls Food pantry is part of a national trend on university campuses to help provide food for students who need additional assistance during the academic school year.
Johnson C. Smith University students Holly Henderson, left, De’Erik Bradley, center, and Myracle Stevenson stock the shelves of one of the temporary pantry closets. The food pantry will relocate to its permanent site in the next few weeks. Food Lion is partnering with Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte’s historically black university, to open a new, free food pantry for students. Thursday marks the first of two campus pantries opening in celebration of Food Lion’s partnership with CIAA. JCSU’s Golden Bulls Food pantry is part of a national trend on university campuses to help provide food for students who need additional assistance during the academic school year. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
Johnson C. Smith University students Holly Henderson, left, De’Erik Bradley, center, and Myracle Stevenson stock the shelves of one of the temporary pantry closets. The food pantry will relocate to its permanent site in the next few weeks. Food Lion is partnering with Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte’s historically black university, to open a new, free food pantry for students. Thursday marks the first of two campus pantries opening in celebration of Food Lion’s partnership with CIAA. JCSU’s Golden Bulls Food pantry is part of a national trend on university campuses to help provide food for students who need additional assistance during the academic school year. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

JCSU feeds the hungry

February 19, 2015 08:10 PM