The mission of Billiken Bounty is to provide a sustainable on-campus resource to help
alleviate food insecurity among Saint Louis University students. The project is guided
by the values of privacy, professionalism, respect and dignity.
In partnership with the Dean of Students Office, and in the name of cura personalis, SLU student leaders have created a structure for a safe place to obtain groceries, where Saint Louis University students can choose from a variety of healthy foods to attain food security. The pantry also serves as a catalyst of positive change for SLU students by providing information and connection to other local and campus resources for personal and academic success.
The health and safety of our clients and volunteers is our top priority. In accordance with University policy, a mask must be worn when in the pantry and six feet of social distance must be maintained at all times. We have increased the frequency of cleaning, as well as requiring volunteers to wear gloves during their shifts.
Due to our limited space, and in order to do our part to ensure a safe environment
for all, Billiken Bounty will be shifting to an online ordering model until further
notice. Clients will fill out a Google form indicating items that they need and will self-select when they will pick up their
order. Volunteers will then package their order and label it for pick up.
Place Your Billiken Bounty Order Here
Pick up for orders and pre-packaged bags will be offered:
|Tuesday||Noon - 7 p.m.|
|Saturday||10 a.m. - 3 p.m.|
Clients also have the option to select a pre-packaged bag if they do not wish to fill out the Google form. Bags include the items listed below, or similar substitutes based on stock available in the pantry:
- Two cans of protein
- Two cans of fruit
- Two-to-three cans of vegetables
- Two boxed/canned meals
(mac and cheese, chili, ravioli)
- Two-to-three packs of ramen
- Two granola bars
- One box pasta or rice
- Two containers of applesauce
- Two boxes of raisins
- Two packages of oatmeal
- Two packages of cereal
- One bar of soap
- Three travel sized shampoo
- One travel sized toothpaste
Fresh Produce Pick-Up
Billiken Bounty has partnered with Campus Kitchen to bring you fresh produce. You will need to go to Reinert Hall to select your items; the selection of available produce changes on a weekly basis.
Donations are accepted in the Dean of Students Office located in room BSC 356 on every first and third Friday of the month from noon to 2 p.m. Please see below for a list of most needed items.
During this time of uncertainty, Billiken Bounty would greatly appreciate any monetary donations to keep our shelves stocked and continue supporting our students. Donations can be made at giving.slu.edu/billikenbounty.
|Most needed items once donations can be accepted again|
|shelf stable milk||snacks|
|proteins (canned tuna/chicken)||laundry detergent|
|soaps and deodorants||can openers|
One way to get involved and support Billiken Bounty's mission is through a shelf sponsorship. These semester-long monetary or food commitments help to keep our shelves stocked.
Anyone can be a shelf sponsor including, but not limited to individuals, departments, clubs and student organizations. As a shelf sponsor you are welcome to visit the pantry anytime we are open. You will also receive semesterly updates about the pantry and information about pantry organization volunteer days, which are open to the whole SLU community. Billiken Bounty is grateful for any and all support from our generous donors. Thank you for considering a Shelf Sponsorship!
Deadlines for Monetary Donations
Payments for fall semester must be received by October 1.
Payments for spring semester must be received by March 1.
For donations of physical goods, you will be sent a monthly update of our most needed items to collect or buy.
Please only fill out this form if you can commit to a semester-long commitment of either funds or food. If you would like to give a one-time donation, please visit giving.slu.edu/BillikenBounty. If you would like to donate to or get involved with Billiken Bounty in any other capacity please email email@example.com.
If you know of a student that needs our resources during this time, please pass this information along to them. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or if there is any way we can better serve you.
- Dean of Students Office
- Student Financial Services
- University Counseling Center
- Campus Ministry
- St. Louis Area Foodbank
It's honestly a major stress reliever since I am an international student and I have a lot of other expenses to take care of. This really helps me manage my funds better and have well balanced meals."Billiken Bounty Client