"This is a no-questions-asked, inclusive environment; no identification or forms are required."
Cornucopia’s mission is to provide food and other support to all, including UNH students, staff, faculty and their families. We do so with love, compassion, respect, non-judgment, hope and a belief in abundance. Cornucopia understands the high cost of living and makes an effort to offset some of these costs. Anyone in the seacoast area is welcome, and no forms of identification or paperwork are needed. Cornucopia feels that it’s important to allow individuals to shop for themselves, as apposed to receiving a small arrangement of pre-bagged food. We believe all people have the right to fresh and healthy food, so that is what we strive to maintain.
Cornucopia runs food basket drives every Thanksgiving, holiday season, and spring. We are always looking for help and donations. Visit our volunteer page for more information on how you can help.
This website was designed by the UNH Graduate School Senior Information Support Assistant Amanda Fontaine; Amanda also manages the site along with UNH Graduate School GIT III Jonathan Adams. Should you have any questions about this site, find any errors, or have trouble using it, please contact Amanda or Jon at Amanda.Fontaine@unh.edu or Jonathan.Adams@unh.edu respectively.
Cornucopia and UNH, (along with UNH-System), endorses the Guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as the standard for World Wide Web accessibility and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended in 2008. W3C is composed of over 400 member organizations world-wide (public and private) developing common protocols to promote the evolution of the World Wide Web and ensure its inter-operability. As part of its work, the W3C has developed accessibility guidelines for World Wide Web sites and pages. The standards of the Federal Rehabilitation Act (Section 508) are consistent with the W3C Guidelines and provide achievable, well-documented guidelines for implementation.