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Contact Information

Email or call for assistance with Titan2Titan services:

Cocoa: Dana Arace

Melbourne: Rhonda Morelock

Palm Bay: Ancel Robinson

Titusville: Amanda Gay

Support Our Food Drive:

Help us make the holidays special for EFSC students, faculty, and staff in need! Donate new nonperishable items for the Titan2Titan food pantries at your campus library from Wednesday, Nov. 15th, through Thursday, Dec. 14th. View a PDF of suggested donations.

Serving Titans in Need

The Titan2Titan program at Eastern Florida State College provides assistance to EFSC students, faculty and staff in need through a food pantry and professional clothing closet, which are stocked through donations by other members of the EFSC community and the general public.

The Titan2Titan food pantry and clothing closet are available to any Eastern Florida State College student, faculty or staff member in need. To access Titan2Titan services, contact your Campus Office of Student Life Coordinator through the contact information. View EFSC's Notice of Nondiscrimination.


A valid EFSC ID with proof of current enrollment/employment is required for registration. Learn how to obtain an EFSC ID card. Students must also show a copy of their current class schedule, which may be obtained by logging into myEFSC (Click: Titan Web > Student Services > Registration > Student Detail Schedule). 

Pantry and Cloting Closet Procedures
Food Pantry Procedures

Upon registration, students and employees using the service will be issued a food card, which will be required for each visit. Registered individuals may visit the pantry two (2) times per month. The amount of food that can be taken at each visit is based on need: two (2) bags for individuals or three (3) bags for families.

Food selection is by the visitor's choice, with the exception of popular or limited food items. A list will be provided as reference concerning "silver shelf" items and the number that can be taken at each visit. This may be limited due to the amount of "silver shelf" items we have in the pantry. 

Professional Clothing Closet Procedures

Registered individuals may visit the closet one (1) time per academic term and take up to two (2) pieces of each type of clothing article (tops, bottoms, shoes, jackets, jewelry, ties, accessories, etc.).

How to Volunteer
Titan2Titan volunteer program

The Titan2Titan program at Eastern Florida State College relies not only on donations, but also on volunteer hours donated by members of the EFSC community.

Students interested in volunteering must first register with the Center for Service-Learning & Civic Engagement

Once you have registered, bring your placement forms to the Office of Student Life on your campus to set up days and times to volunteer. Volunteering must be completed during normal business hours under the supervision of the Student Life Coordinator or designee.

Volunteer Responsibilities

Examples of tasks Titan2Titan volunteers may be asked to perform include:

  • Cleaning shelves and floors
  • Sorting food donations onto shelves by category
  • Stocking food shelves by first-in, first-out based on expiration
  • Checking for and disposing of expired foods
  • Taking inventory of donated clothing items
Donating to Titan2Titan

Food and professional clothing donations may be dropped off at the Office of Student Life on each Campus during normal business hours. Please note that the College is closed on Fridays.

Learn more about donating to Titan2Titan and view a list of needed food and clothing items.

Community Resources & Helpful Links

EFSC established Titan2Titan to assist students and employees who are experiencing an immediate need. Brevard County offers a variety of additional resources that are available to its residents. Please visit the 211 Brevard 211 Info and Referral Service Database for a complete list of current community-based resources, plus explore the additional resources below.