Are you a UNF Student (enrolled in at least one class) that is interested in volunteering at the Pantry?

Thank you for expressing a sincere interest in all we do for the students here at Lend-A-Wing. 

 

To volunteer at the Pantry or with our Lend-A-Green Coordinator, there are a few steps that our volunteers must take before they can come in to help out. 

 

1. A purple student conduct reporting form must be picked up from the Student Government lobby in the Student Union (58E/3104). Attached to this should be the volunteering form, which you can receive from the same office. Please make sure to note on the packet that you are seeking to volunteer at Lend-A-Wing on the form.

 
2. Once completed, that form must then be taken just down the hall to room 3401, Ms. Kayleigh Harrison's office. After this has been completed, please email your contact information to lendawing@unf.edu in an email letting us know of your application.

 

 

3. Patience is a virtue. We appreciate enthusiasm, but please understand that sometimes the process can take a bit. We will do our best to keep you updated. If the time since your application submission exceeds two weeks and you have not heard back from us, please feel free to send us a follow up email. 

 

We will then get in contact with you to arrange a time once the paperwork has cleared. We ask that you please be patient with us during this process.

  

 

 

Frequent Lend-A-Wing Volunteers

 

Jenna Dupilka

  

I am a Student Government Senator here at the University of North Florida. My major is Political Science with a minor in Political Campaigning.

 
I am a sister of Kappa Delta Sorority as well. My favorite pass times are going to the beach, reading and meeting new people!
 
My favorite thing at UNF is the nature trails! I am so excited to be volunteering at the Lend-A-Wing Food Pantry!  

 
Rachel Boyle
 
 My name is Rachel Boyle and I am currently a freshman at UNF. I am from Rhode Island and I love to travel as much as possible. 

Some of my favorite things involve going to the beach, eating sushi, and playing volleyball. 

As of now, my major is exploratory, although I serve interest in architectural design as well as nutrition. 

I enjoy volunteering for Lend-A-Wing because I am able to implement both of those interests here at the pantry!
 
Juan Salcedo

Hello everybody! My name is Juan Salcedo and I am 20 years of age. Born in Fort Lauderdale and raised in Palm Coast, I am a true Floridian. 

 I am very into bodybuilding and love to play and watch soccer, which got passed down from my father. 


 I am a Junior year in the Brooks College of Health, studying Nutrition and Dietetics. 


  My goal is to become a registered dietetics in the clinical setting after I complete an internship and receive my Bachelor's degree.  


 I volunteer at Lend-A-Wing twice a week and I am enjoying the new experience. 


 Fun Fact! I moved to Lima, Peru when I was 2 years old and loved there for two years. My entire family is from Peru and Spanish is my first language!