The Hawks’ Nest provides supplemental food assistance to Henry Ford College students. We also have information about other resources available in the community. The Hawks' Nest is open during Fall and Winter semesters.
Please consider a donation to help keep the Hawks' Nest food pantry stocked!
Monetary donations are also gratefully accepted.
Thank You, Donors!
Thanks to our generous donors, since the Hawks' Nest opened, we've been an active presence:
- 400+ students helped
- 20,000 pounds of food donated
- 3,700 personal care items donated
- 400 reusable bags donated
Students: How you can receive help
If you need food assistance, please visit the Hawks' Nest in the ASCC building. The Hawks' Nest works on the honor system; you are not required to document need. If you are a first-time visitor, please bring with you:
- Your HFC student ID card
- A copy of your current semester academic schedule (must be enrolled in at least one credit hour during the current semester). This can be on paper, or your mobile device.
Once you fill out an intake form, you will be registered for the academic year and will get a membership card that you can use to get food and supplies up to once a week (maximum four times per month).
Donors: How you can help students
We rely on your donations to run the Hawks' Nest! All donations go directly to help students. Please consider making a personal donation of food or funds, or hosting a food drive and donating the proceeds to the Hawks' Nest.
- nonperishable food items (we cannot accept expired food items)
- reusable canvas bags
Donation drives on campus take place during the fall and winter semesters. You can also drop off anytime during the Hawks' Nest normal business hours or contact Mandy Earl to arrange a pickup. See more details about what the Hawks' Nest needs and how to donate.
NEWS: Hawks' Nest receives 1,700 pounds of food from Universal Learning Academy (Feb. 2019).
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