The Hunger Survey at Allan Hancock College was developed and conducted by Christine Bisson to assess student need and target areas for intervention. Students from the Culinary Arts, Nutrition, and Culinology programs use fresh produce from Foodbank and the Allan Hancock College community garden to develop recipes and create samples of delicious, simply prepared, budget-friendly foods. Recipes and samples are shared with participants at the Food Share events, creating a refreshingly upbeat, community-inspired environment. The response from students, faculty, staff, and administrators has been overwhelmingly positive. Students in the Nutrition & Wellness Club and in nutrition classes are working to collect and compile more recipes, and to create 1-minute cooking demonstration videos to share through social media. The students conducted a successful crowdfunding campaign in 2016 to support a pilot project for these efforts.