In an emergency, please contact Deacon Frank Lucca at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Office of Student Affairs at extension 9153.
Jeanne's Cupboard has moved to our new location at the Woodland Commons.
We currently offer online orders/pickup . Pickups for online orders will be at the Woodland Commons location.
(Please note: In-cupboard shopping not available during the summer months.)
We now offer in-Cupboard shopping. To access our in-Cupboard shopping register online for an account. Registration is now open. Registration may be completed at https://app.pantrysoft.com/login/umassdartmouth
Click on sign-up and complete the form. It is important to complete all of the fields as that provides us important data which helps us with reporting to receive grants and funding. Your information is confidential and is not shared with anyone outside of Arnies Cupboard supervisory staff. Please remember your user name and password.
When you visit the Cupboard, simply give your UMass Pass ID# and check-out.
Jeanne's Cupboard Contactless Ordering and Pick-up
We will continue to offer online ordering and contactless pick-up.
The first step is to register online for an account. Registration is now open. Registration may be completed at https://app.pantrysoft.com/login/umassdartmouth
Click on sign-up and complete the form. It is important to complete all of the fields as that provides us important data which helps us with reporting to receive grants and funding. Your information is confidential and is not shared with anyone outside of Arnies Cupboard supervisory staff.
Upon completing the registration, you will be directed to our online store. Place your order in your online cart and complete the order. You will be asked when you would like to pick up your order. Orders may be picked up just inside the door of Arnies Cupboard (Woodland Commons) at various times during the week. Simply select the date and time of pick-up (pick-up times are organized in ten-minute blocks to keep too many guests from being in the pickup space at one time. )
You will receive an email as well as text messages to remind you to pick up your order. When you arrive at the Cupboard you will find your order in an order bin labeled with your student ID number.
Future orders may be placed at the same link as above with your username and password. Orders may be placed once a day and there may be some limitations to the quantities you can order, but we will do all we can to provide what our guests need.
Any student, faculty or staff with a UMASS PASS may shop Arnies Cupboard. Those with families are welcome to shop for the family.
Volunteer at Jeanne's Cupboard
We certainly appreciate all of the volunteers that have served our guests over the years and we look forward to welcoming more volunteers.
Finally, Arnies Cupboard is always in need of donations. Items may be dropped off at Arnies Cupboard at any time. Items will be quarantined for 24 hours before being shelved and made available to our guests. Monetary donations are always welcome and may be made by navigating to umassd.edu/give and then choose: fund of your choice and Jeanne's Cupboard is listed there.
If you are unable to keep your pickup appointment it is important that you contact the Cupboard at 508-999-8603 or email@example.com
Arnies Cupboard has the mission to eradicate hunger in our UMass D community. We are prepared to assist Corsairs in need. If ever an emergency need arises during off hours, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
For additional information, please contact Deacon Frank Lucca, Arnies Cupboard supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-999-8872. For links, times and other details visit our website at www.umassd.edu/arniescupboard
The Jeanne's Cupboard Team
Jeanne's Cupboard is sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs. The purpose of Jeanne's Cupboard is to supplement the food supply for any UMass Dartmouth students/faculty/staff who may be experiencing food insecurity.
College students who experience food insecurity often struggle to support themselves while working, attending classes, and dealing with other life issues. Jeanne's Cupboard hopes to minimize food insecurity while UMass Dartmouth students work toward completing their education.
Accesibility: Jeanne's Cupboard is now fully accessible.