The Cornucopia Food Pantry is located at 15 Mill Road in Durham, NH, inside the Waysmeet Center on the UNH campus; please see the campus walking map and campus parking map for more detailed directions.
You can contact us at the food pantry via phone, fax, and email:
You may also contact Cornucopia Food Pantry's director, Rev. Larry Brickner-Wood, at Larry.Brickner-Wood@unh.edu. Please note that Rev. Brickner-Wood will be on sabbatical until September 1, 2014; until he returns, inquiries may be directed to the general Cornucopia Food Pantry email address listed above.
The food pantry maintains different summer and academic-year hours to best accomodate our community members. Hours of operation are as follows:
Donations are accepted during or outside our operating hours and can be dropped off in the donation bin inside the Waysmeet Center.
Cornucopia Director: Reverend Larry Brickner-Wood directs the Cornucopia Food Pantry, and also serves as the director of the United Campus Ministry. He is currently on sabbatical and will return on September 1, 2014.
Program Coordinator: Emily Dickman is currently serving as the program coordinator for activities at both the Cornucopia Food Pantry and the Waysmeet Center. She also manages the daily volunteers for the food pantry. She is attending UNH as a Social Work and Women's Studies major. Contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about program activities and volunteer opportunities.
Chair of Board at the Waysmeet Center: Jessica Fish serves as the Chair of the Board at the Waysmeet Center. She is a UNH alum and is passionate about food rescue and recovery. She enjoys serving at the Waysmeet Center and creating a safe and open environment for UNH students, faculty, staff, and community members.
Office of Community Service and Learning: The Office of Community Service and Learning is located at 5 Hitchcock Hall in the "Upper Quad" of the UNH campus in Durham. They can be contacted via phone, fax, and email:
Community Leadership Program (CoLead): The Community Leadership (CoLead) Program is part of the UNH Thompson School of Applied Science, located at 291 Mast Road in Durham. You may contact CoLead by phone or fax:
UNH Manchester also offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in Community Leadership, in partnership with the Thompson School of Applied Science CoLead Program. For more information about this degree and the activities of CoLead in Manchester, email Program Director Kate Hanson or call her at (603) 862-1064. You may also email the UNH Manchester Admissions Office for more information about the AAS in Community Leadership degree.