Reduce your UBC Library fines by donating non-perishable food items – $3 in fines paid for each food item donated (up to a maximum of $60). Donated cans are accepted at branch circulation desks from October 28 to November 12, 2019.

All donations go to the UBC AMS Food Bank on Campus and the Greater Vancouver Food Bank which provide food relief for students in need, including non-perishable foods, supplies and information about additional resources on- and off-campus.

Food For Fines Spring 2019

 

This year’s Spring UBC Library and Alma Mater Student Society (AMS) Food for Fines Campaign raised a total of $2,278.00 across the Vancouver and Okanagan campuses.

Now in its sixteenth consecutive year at UBC, the Food for Fines campaign waives $2 in Library fines for every food item donated, to a maximum of $30. The program began as a joint initiative to support disadvantaged members of the community, and has become an integral source of the AMS Food Bank’s food reserves to support UBC students in need.

Non-perishable food items were collected at circulation desks and then distributed to the AMS Food Bank.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s campaign!

Please note that members of the community are welcome to donate goods year-round at the AMS Food Bank and Greater Vancouver Food Bank.

Visit the AMS Food Bank website for more information

Food For Fines Spring 2019

Reduce your UBC Library fines by donating non-perishable food items – $2 in fines paid for each food item donated (up to a maximum of $30). Donated cans are accepted at branch circulation desks from March 18 to April 1, 2019.

All donations go to the UBC AMS Food Bank on Campus and the Greater Vancouver Food Bank which provide food relief for students in need, including non-perishable foods, supplies and information about additional resources on- and off-campus.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now in its fifteenth consecutive year at UBC, the Food For Fines campaign waives $2 in Library fines for every food item donated, to a maximum of $30. The program began as a joint initiative to support disadvantaged members of the community, and has become an integral source of the AMS Food Bank’s food reserves to support UBC students in need.

Non-perishable food items were collected at circulation desks and then distributed to the AMS Food Bank.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s campaign!

Please note members of the community are welcome to donate goods year-round at the AMS Food Bank and Greater Vancouver Food Bank. For more information visit the AMS Food Bank website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now in its fifteenth consecutive year at UBC, the Food For Fines campaign waives $2 in Library fines for every food item donated, to a maximum of $30. The program began as a joint initiative to support disadvantaged members of the community, and has become an integral source of the AMS Food Bank’s food reserves to support UBC students in need.

Non-perishable food items were collected at circulation desks and then distributed to the AMS Food Bank.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s campaign!

Please note members of the community are welcome to donate goods year-round at the AMS Food Bank and Greater Vancouver Food Bank. For more information visit the AMS Food Bank website.

For the fifteenth year in a row, UBC Library and the Alma Mater Student Society are happy to be collaborating on the annual Food for Fines Campaign.

From October 23rd to November 6th, you can pay off your fines through donating non-perishable food items at the Xwi7xwa Library desk and other branches across campus. Each food item is worth $2, and you can use your donations to pay for fines up to a maximum of $30.

All donations go to the UBC AMS Food Bank and the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. To find out more about the initiative, visit the UBC Library website.

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