Due to COVID-19, the Cisco College's food pantry has seen an influx in need. Please consider making a monetary donation or non-perishable supply donation.

To make a donation, please contact:

Martha Montgomery
Director of Development

Cisco College's food pantry, Food for Thought, partners with the community to keep students in school. It fills the gap when emergencies occur by providing students with food and toiletry items.

The Abilene campus of Cisco College created Food for Thought in the fall of 2012 after realizing that some students were sleeping in cars and campus buildings, falling asleep in class, and showing up to campus events for free food. Since opening, Food for Thought has helped an average of 20 students each week to feed themselves and their families, totaling approximately 6,400 people served each year.

Fall 2020 Schedule
MondayCurrently Closed
Tuesday12:15 - 12:45
Wednesday12:35 - 1:15
ThursdayCurrently Closed
Friday12:00 - 1:00
Abilene Reporter News

In the News

The Abilene-Reporter News featured Food for Thought in a February 2016 article.

Food for Thought Pantry Benefits Cisco College Students