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Library Food for Fines Drive: November 14 – December 4

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Do you have any remaining unpaid fines? Dig through your cupboards to save yourself some cash while helping those in need! “Food for Fines” is happening at all three campus libraries from November 14th to December 4th, 2011. Donated food goes to SFU Food Bank.

The general rules are:

-A $2 fine waiver will be applied for each item donated to a maximum of $20 (10 items) per drive.
-Donated food must be non-perishable (ie. canned goods, pasta, cereal).
-The waiver applies only to current fines. It does not apply to charges for lost or damaged items and cannot
be used as a credit to be applied to future fines.

Food for Fines Campaign: August 8 – August 21, 2010

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Dig through your cupboards to save yourself some cash while helping those in need! Food for Fines is happening at all three libraries, August 8 to August 21, 2010. Donated food goes to the SFU Food Bank.

The details are as follows:

  • A $2 fine waiver will be applied for each item donated to a maximum of $20 (10 items) per drive
  • Donated food must be non-perishable (ie. canned goods, past, cereal, etc.)
  • The waiver applies only to current fines. It does not apply to charges for lost or damaged items and cannot be used as a credit to be applied to future fines.

For more information, contact loans-mgmt@sfu.ca

Food For Fines Campaign April 11 – 24

Friday, April 16th, 2010

Dig through those cupboards and save yourself some cash while helping those in need!

SFU Library’s “Food for Fines” campaign is happening at all three libraries. Bring in non-perishable food items and watch your fines disappear. Donated food goes to SFU Food Bank.

How it works:

  • A $2 fine waiver will be applied for each item donated to a maximum of $20 (10 items) per campaign.
  • Donated food must be non-perishable – suggested items include:
    • canned fruit
    • cereal
    • canned beans
    • juice/juice boxes
    • pasta
    • canned vegetables
    • children’s lunch snacks
  • The waiver applies only to current fines. It does not apply to charges for lost or damaged items and cannot be used as a credit to be applied to future fines.

For more information email loans-mgmt@sfu.ca

Food for Fines Campaign – November 22 to December 12, 2009

Friday, November 20th, 2009

Dig through your cupboards to save yourself some cash while helping those in need! Food for Fines is happening at all three libraries, November 22 to December 12, 2009. Donated food goes to SFU Food Bank.

The details are as follows:

  • A $2 fine waiver will be applied for each item donated to a maximum of $20 (10 items) per drive
  • Donated food must be non-perishable (ie. canned goods, past, cereal, etc.)
  • The waiver applies only to current fines. It does not apply to charges for lost or damaged items and cannot be used as a credit to be applied to future fines.

For more information, contact loans-mgmt@sfu.ca