COM Cupboard


What is COM Cupboard?

The COM Cupboard Emergency Food Pantry supports enrolled students who may be in need.

Our charge is to raise the visibility of the challenge of food deserts and food insecurity in our community. We provide both pre-packaged items suitable for an on-campus lunch or meal and the opportunity to fill a reusable grocery bag with various pantry items. Limited quantities apply as this emergency pantry is being stocked to assist all registered students in need.

Need a meal? COM has you covered. All you need is a valid student ID.


Want to know more?

Daily microwaveable or ready-to-eat

Monday – Thursday, 9 am to 3 pm
Friday, 9 am to noon

Pantry to-go items

Monday or Thursday, 12:30 pm to 3 pm

Bring in a reusable grocery bag to fill it up from our limited rotating selection. Item availability may vary from week to week.

Students with food allergies or other related inquiries are encouraged to contact either June Lee or Bo Buckley at the Student Health Services center. They can be reached at (415) 485-9458 for additional information and support.

Pop-up Pantry Open Weekly

Baked goods available on Tuesdays in Student Services Center, first floor. Produce available on Wednesdays at Health Services Center, Kentfield Campus, parking lot 6.

NOTE: Pop-ups unavailable during campus holidays and summer.


How can you help?

Donation in form of money or food accepted.

Most frequently used food items are:

  • Small bags of rice
  • Small bags of dried beans
  • Cup of noodles
  • Udon bowls
  • Various protein bars/fruit bars etc.
  • Fruit/applesauce cups (Kirkland, Motts, Delmonte, etc.)
  • Smaller jars of peanut butter (Costco jars are too big)
  • Dry pasta
  • Reusable paper bags or any type of reusable bags
Please bring items to Health Services, KTD.  Thank you for your donations.
College of Marin operates the COM Cupboard and may offer products with peanuts, tree nuts, soy, milk, eggs, and wheat. COM does not assume liability for adverse reactions to foods consumed or items one may come into contact with while eating at any College of Marin establishment or event. While we take precautions to minimize potential allergens and cross-contamination for all of our donations, we cannot guarantee that any of our products are safe to consume for people with peanut, tree nut, soy, milk, egg or wheat allergies; furthermore, COM cannot guarantee that any of our donated products are ISWA or Star-K certified.