Puma 2 Puma is a program designed to be a campus and community effort, led by the Student Life & Leadership Office and sustained through the generosity of our great Puma community. PVCC Faculty, Staff and Students have the opportunity to give back through donations in the form of non-perishable food items, toiletries and funds to help their fellow Pumas in need. This is a P2P offers free emergency breakfast and lunch options to PVCC students in need.
DONATIONS ARE ALWAYS ACCEPTED THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR!
Hours of Operation
Fall & Spring:
Monday - Thursday
8:30AM-9:30AM & 4:00PM-5:00PM
8:30AM-9:30AM & 1:30PM-2:30PM
Monday - Thursday
8:30 AM -9:30 AM & 2 PM-3PM
Frequently Asked Questions
We ask that you donate food, school supplies, or hygiene materials. Nonperishable food that requires little to no cooking. For example, foods like soups of any kind, ramen, cereals, and granola bars. Also school supplies of any kind. Hygiene materials would be things like tooth paste, tooth brush shampoo conditioner, etc.
You can donate at the Student Life and Leadership office.
Yes, they do have to be a student at any of the Maricopa Community Colleges and have a student Id number. This is a program that was made FOR students. We want to make sure that there is a focus on helping students that need it.
At this time PVCC is not set up to help in that way. Student Life and the PVCC Counseling office have community resources/ information to give out if needed. If you have more questions, please stop by the office.
A Paradise Valley Community College Student ID. As long as you are enrolled at PVCC, you can get a Student ID card in the Student Life Office too!
As often as needed.
Volunteers are always welcome. The things volunteers would be tasked to do are: create flyers, solicit donations from community food banks, organize the cabinets and help with the data collection.
All the P2P programs asks for is your Student ID number and for you to write down the items you received.
Unfortunately, no you can not.