Madison College donated 3,755 pounds of food to The River Food Pantry after the college shut down all of its buildings and cleared out its pantry shelves.
According to a Facebook post from the food bank, two minivans had to make three trips in order to drop off all of the food.
Donations included canned goods, cereal, cheese and fresh produce, among other things.
During the college shutdown, students who face food insecurity can apply to the Student Emergency Support Fund and receive grocery store gift cards.
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