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Our mission is to help feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of food banks, soup kitchens, and food pantries

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Annandale Food Shelf
Annandale, MN 55302
320.274.7155
Details: The Annandale Food Shelf is dedicated to serving our community by providing a valuable service. The Annandale Food Shelf continues to distribute record amounts of groceries to needy families. This volunteer run organization serves the Annandale, South Haven and Maple Lake areas. Hours: Monday: 4 - 6 p.m., Wednesday: 5 - 7 p.m., Friday 8:30 - 11 a.m. Clients must arrive 20 minutes before closing to receive service. Closed on ALL National Holidays.
Anoka County Brotherhood Council Emergency Food Shelf & Clothing
Anoka, MN 55303
763.422.0046
Details: Volunteers have been providing emergency food and clothing to area residents of Anoka County for over forty years. The food shelf is a local nonprofit; not a government agency. While volunteers will serve anyone in need of food throughout Anoka County one time, our services are targeted to residents of Andover, Anoka, Coon Rapids, Nowthen, Oak Grove, Ramsey, and part of Champlin. Once every 30 days, clients can choose a free 3-day supply of food based on the size of their family. The food which is offered has been donated by the local community or purchased through one of the food banks. Some personal care items are also offered each visit. The food choices and personal care items can’t be guaranteed due to occasional supply limits.The food shelf is currently staffed by four part-time employees and approximately 150 volunteers. ACBC is open for clients 16 hours each week. Clients can pre-schedule an appointment or come to one of the walk-in times. To request food you must have a photo ID and a current piece of mail for each adult living in the home. For questions call (763) 422-0046. The food shelf has limited hours and staff will respond to phone messages as soon as possible.
Big Lake Community Food Shelf
Big Lake, MN 55309
763.263.2432
Details: The Big Lake Community Food Shelf (BLCFS) exists to provide emergency food supplies for families in need residing in the Big Lake community and to direct them to other services that may be helpful to them in a manner that preserves the dignity and respect of our clients.
Bountiful Basket Food Shelf
Chaska, MN 55318
952.556.0244
Details: The Bountiful Basket Food Shelf of Eastern Carver County is operated and managed by local volunteers. On a typical month we will distribute over 25,000 lbs. of food serving over 1,200 individuals. Mission Statement: The Bountiful Basket Food Shelf assists and empowers people in times of need to achieve social and economic wellbeing. The Bountiful Basket Food Shelf’s hallmark values are integrity, compassion, honesty, and trust. We feel it is our responsibility to uphold these values while giving back to help build area communities. Our success as a food shelf is predicated on the kindness of individuals, organizations, churches and businesses who give food and money for those who are in need. Hours of operation: Monday: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, Tuesday: 9:00 am to 3:30 pm, Wednesday: 9:00 am to 3:30 pm, Thursday: Closed, Friday: 9:00 am to 3:30 pm, Saturdays: (1st & 3rd only) 9:00 am to Noon
Catholic Charities Emergency Services Food Shelf
Saint Cloud, MN 56301
320.229.4560
Details: Catholic Charities Emergency Services Food Shelf provides a 5-7 day supply of food to households in the St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids, Sartell, St. Augusta and Waite Park communities. HOURS: Mondays 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Wednesdays 9 a.m.- 7 p m., Fridays 9 a.m. - NOON; Senior Food Shelf, Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday 1 - 3 p.m. For seniors 60+.
Centennial Community Food Shelf
Circle Pines, MN 55014
763.784.2013
Details: The Centennial Community food shelf has proudly grown from the vision of a single person delivering food to needy families at the holidays, to an organization of volunteers that serves hundreds of families each year with the support of the community. Our Mission Statement is "In the spirit of love, provide nourishment to people" because we wanted to not only provide food, but to also form the attitude in which we engage our clients. The Food Shelf is a Christian ecumenical organization supported by the community and the following churches: Bridgewood Community Church, Church of St. Genevieve, Eagle Brook Church, Gethsemane United Methodist Church, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Living Faith Church, Living Waters Lutheran Church, Our Savior's Lutheran Church, St. Joseph Catholic Church, and St. Mark Lutheran Church. Food Distribution Hours - Monday: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Thursday: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm.
Centro Emergency Latino Food Shelf
Minneapolis, MN 55404
612.874.1412
Details: The only Latino-specific food shelf in Minneapolis, Centro provides emergency staple foods (rice, beans, sugar and vegetable oil) for families of all backgrounds and cultures. If you are interested in receiving food from Centro´s food shelf, please call Centro Fridays at 8:30 A.M. to schedule an appointment for the following week. The food distributed by Centro´s food shelf is graciously donated by Second Harvest Heartland and Emergency Food Shelf Network. We also offer thanks to: Roundy's Foundation, Ameriprise Foundation and Hunger Solutions for their continuous support. Food donations are also always welcome. Please call beforehand to schedule a drop-off.
Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf
Woodbury, MN 55125
651.233.1296
Details: Recognized by the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce as the 2013 non-profit of the year, the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf was formed as a non-profit organization by seven Woodbury area churches in 1983. The Woodbury Lutheran Church made space available to house CCEFS, and has remained the host church ever since. Twenty-eight years later, the need continues to grow. CCEFS is now a fully registered nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation with the Internal Revenue Service and all donations are tax deductible for contributors. In the first year of operation, an average of 5 households came to the shelf each week to obtain assistance. By 2005, the number of needy households served on average per week had increased to 75; today, as many as 100 households or more are served each week. Food Distribution Hours - Monday: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Thursday: 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Friday: 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
CHUM Emergency Food Shelf - Downtown
Duluth, MN 55802
218.727.2391
Details: The Emergency Food Shelf was organized in 1979 by the Duluth Food and Nutrition Council as a means to distribute food to families affected by the serious economic recession of the late 1970s. The Shelf became the responsibility of CHUM in 1981 and expanded to a second site in West Duluth in 1982 and a third site in Lakeside in 2012. The Food Shelf operates with the philosophy that people in need of food should have access to this most fundamental of human needs. We strive to respond to the need for food in a manner that is compassionate and promotes respect for the individual, regardless of age, race, gender, creed, disability, or lifestyle. The food shelf provides a five-day food order for people without food or the resources to buy food and advocacy services connecting people to community resources (e.g. shelter, medical care, children's services, employment, clothing, and emergency monies). Staff, along with approximately 100 volunteers, distribute 260,000 pounds of food annually. An average of 570 households receive emergency food each month; roughly 37% of those fed are children. CHUM Emergency Food Shelf - Downtown: OPEN HOURS: Wednesday & Friday 10 a.m. - 1:45 p.m., Wednesday 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. for working households
CHUM Emergency Food Shelf - Lakeside
Duluth, MN 55804
218.525.2779
Details: The Emergency Food Shelf was organized in 1979 by the Duluth Food and Nutrition Council as a means to distribute food to families affected by the serious economic recession of the late 1970s. The Shelf became the responsibility of CHUM in 1981 and expanded to a second site in West Duluth in 1982 and a third site in Lakeside in 2012. The Food Shelf operates with the philosophy that people in need of food should have access to this most fundamental of human needs. We strive to respond to the need for food in a manner that is compassionate and promotes respect for the individual, regardless of age, race, gender, creed, disability, or lifestyle. The food shelf provides a five-day food order for people without food or the resources to buy food and advocacy services connecting people to community resources (e.g. shelter, medical care, children's services, employment, clothing, and emergency monies). Staff, along with approximately 100 volunteers, distribute 260,000 pounds of food annually. An average of 570 households receive emergency food each month; roughly 37% of those fed are children. CHUM Emergency Food Shelf - Lakeside: OPEN HOURS: Monday 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.