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The Staff Advisory Committee at Saint Louis University holds annual service projects and monthly meetings. 

Meeting Minutes

Minutes from this year's meetings are available to SLU users, as well as an archive of minutes from past years. Minutes are provided in PDF format on the Staff Advisory Committee Communication Site on SharePoint.

Staff Advisory Committee Communication Site

Service Projects

Billiken Bounty Subcommittee

Staff Advisory Committee Members will collaborate with students for the Billiken Bounty Food Pantry - an on-campus food pantry at Saint Louis University run by students for students. 

Contact and if you want to help coordinate donations, volunteer, or sponsor a donation bin in your campus building.

This is a subcommittee of the SAC Committee for Service. Contact Committee Chair Kat Dortch with questions at

Physical donations can be dropped off in the pantry during open hours. Here are a few ideas of what to donate:

  • Shelf-stable milks (i.e. almond milks)
  • Pasta noodles (i.e. spaghetti, penne)
  • Rice
  • Pasta sauce
  • Ready-made meals (i.e. ravioli, easy mac)
  • Toiletries (i.e. toilet paper, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, menstrual products)
  • School supplies (i.e. pencils, pens, notebooks)
  • Spices and condiments
  • Vegan, gluten-free, and vegetarian options
  • Cooking oil
  • Laundry detergent (i.e. tide pods)
  • Canned meats (i.e. chicken, tuna, salmon)
  • Snacks and cereals
  • Peanut butter, Nutella, and cookie butter

Monetary donations can be made on the official SLU Giving site.

Donate to the Billiken Bounty Food Pantry

Blue Santa Toy Drive

Each year, SAC members and guests participate in the Blue Santa Toy Drive, co-sponsored by the Center for Social Action. Blue Santa will make his return to SLU this December. 

School Supply Drive

Staff Advisory Committee members and guests are asked to bring school supplies to the August meeting each year.  The Saint Louis University community collects supplies and donates them to area K-12 schools.  Supplies include, but are not limited to:

Pens (blue, black, and red)
Pencils (#2 regular pencils or beginner pencils)
Markers (washable color markers)
Erasers (pink block, white block, pencil top)
Glue sticks
Glue in a bottle
Pocket folders
Spiral-bound paper
Notebook paper
Color pencils
Whiteboard markers
Whiteboard erasers
Hand sanitizer
Bleach wipes