Donating to the Student Support Foundation

Thank you for your interest in donating to the Plymouth State University Student Support Foundation.

Financial Donations

Financial donations for the SSF can be made to Plymouth State University, with a notation that the gift is for the Student Support Foundation. Details about making financial donations to Plymouth State can be found at Ways to Give.

Food and Toiletry Donations

Donations of food and toiletries for the SSF Pantry are always welcome. It is best to contact the Student Support Foundation first about the specific needs, since space is limited. Items can be dropped off at the Pantry when it is open (see Food Resources for the current semester’s hours). Also, the SSF advisors can arrange for the pick up or drop off of items.

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