The Campus Kitchen at Wake Forest University (CKWFU) functions to repurpose food in the Winston-Salem community that would otherwise have gone to waste. It functions as an asset-based approach to strengthening the Winston-Salem community by partnering with a network of civic, non-profit, and private organizations to develop innovative solutions to reduce food insecurity.

Relying on donations from Harvest Table Culinary Group at Wake Forest, The Fresh Market, Lowes Foods, and Cobblestone farmers’ markets; student leaders pick up, prepare, and deliver fresh produce and nutritious meals every day of the week.

Students interested in learning more can contact student directors Raahim Khan and Samantha Martin.

Students Leaving Campus Kitchen


Help recover unused food, and prepare or deliver meals.

Kids Cooking Coalition

Kids Cooking

Teach children healthy eating habits with the Kids Cooking Coalition.

Frequently Asked Questions

Community Partners

Community PartnerPartnership
Anthony’s PlotMeal & Produce Distribution
Harvest Table Culinary GroupMeal Recovery
Azalea TerraceMeal Distribution
The Campus Garden Produce Recovery
City with DwellingsMeal Distribution
The Cobblestone Farmers MarketProduce Recovery
FaithHealth NCMeal Distribution
The Fresh MarketProduce Recovery
Hope 2 ThriveProduce Disbribution
Latino Community ServicesProduce Distribution
Lowe’s FoodProduce Recovery
The Parenting PathMeal Distribution
Samaritan MinistriesMeal & Produce Distribution
The Shalom ProjectProduce Distribution


Each November, Campus Kitchen celebrates TurkeyPalooza by preparing hundreds of scratch-made turkey dinners for its community partners in celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday.