Southern Anoka Community Assistance627 38th AVE NE, Columbia Heights763-789-2444 www.sacafoodshelf.org
HENNEPIN COUNTY RESIDENTS
NEED Food Shelf: Salvation Army 2727 Central Ave NE, Minneapolis612-789-1512
Senior Food Shelf 1801 Central Ave NE, Minneapolis To make an appointment or request delivery, call 612-788-9521 esns.org Must be 55+ living in Hennepin County.
The Senior Food Shelf is open 9:30 am-1:00 pm Monday-Friday.
During this time of COVID-19 and until further notice we are making some changes to be able to safely serve you:*We are requiring that persons needing assistance must call ahead to make an appointment. We are not able to serve you without an appointment. *As an alternative to picking up food at our food shelf, we are offering free home delivery service.*To make an appointment or to request a delivery call 612-788-9521. If there is no answer please leave a voicemail with your name, phone number and the day you are requesting to come in.
Participants in the Senior Food Self must be 55 years or older, live in Hennepin County, and meet income guidelines (at or below 200% of federal poverty guidelines. For a family of one the upper limit is $2081 per month; family of two is $2818 a month). Written verification of income is not required.
You are requested to bring identification with you each time you visit. This might be a driver’s license, state ID, or piece of mail with your name and current address.
On your first visit, you will need to fill out and sign a form providing your name, address, age, and the names and ages of other household members. Your signature provides verification that you meet income guidelines.
High Rise Mobile Food Shelf Info: 612-340-9694
If you live in one of the buildings that we service, we can tell you when our next delivery will be and how you can sign up.
Bringing fresh food to low-income apartment buildings in the NE area, for example: Monroe Village, Holmes Greenway, Holland Hi-Rise, Sibley Triangle, Labor Retreat Apartments, Holmes Park Village, Spring Manor, 1900 3rd Street NE, Friendly Manor.
ELIGIBILITY:*Must be a resident of the building*Household income must be less than 200% of federal poverty guidelines (written verification of income is not required)*Complete and sign annual enrollment form providing name, address, and birthdate of each household member. Your signature provides vertification that you meet income guidelines.
Nov 2020 Update: Our mobile food shelf continues to operate in most buildings, but we are prepackaging food so that it can be distributed directly to the apartments of people who need food. (https://www.esns.org/metrofoodprograms)
Little Kitchen 1500 6th ST NE, Minneapolis612-788-2444 gracenempls.org
The Little Kitchen Food Shelf is a no-boundaries, no-restrictions food shelf serving Northeast Minneapolis and beyond. We serve all people. Stocks dog and cat food to feed the companion animals of those in need.
Pre-registration is required for new clients; please call 612-788-2444 between 9am and 11am, Mon-Fri. No ID or proofs required; no restrictions by zip code. Good Works Food Shelf 697 13th Avenue NE, MinneapolisINFO: 612-788-4829 rescuenowservices.org
The food shelf is open Every Tuesday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, on Fridays from 4:00 to 5:30 pm and on Wednesdays from 5:00 pm to 6 pm (by appointments only). Make Appointments via Facebook. **Note we do primarily serve individuals and families in NE Minneapolis, but we are able to help everyone in need. Mary’s Place Food Shelf Shiloh Temple, 1201 West Broadway AVE N, Minneapolis612-302-1GODFood Shelf open Wednesdays, Thursday, and Fridays weekly Hours: 10:00am – 3:00pm
Ralph Reeder Food Shelf We have implemented a DRIVE THRU service with prepacked bags - Individuals and families receive a combination of canned and boxed items, hygiene, produce, deli, dairy, etc. TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO RECEIVE FOOD CALL AT 651-621-6280.