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Anoka Covenant Church

Address:
752 Grant St
Anoka, MN 55303

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away )

Telephone:
(763) 421-5194

Website:
http://anokachurch.org

Services:
Provides non-perishables, often along with bread products and some meats

Eligibility:
Residents of Anoka


Cross Community Players

Address:
US-52
Osseo, MN 55311

Map & Directions

(10 Miles Away - Go to: Osseo, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(763) 391-2787

Website:
http://www.crossplayers.org

Services:
To provide the public with high quality community theatre entertainment, local residents with a meaningful community theatre experience, and local charities with resources.

They produce two large musicals per year. Every event is a food drive with a portion of the net proceeds donated to local food and clothing shelves.


No person is ever good for much, that hasn't been swept off their feet by enthusiasm between ages twenty and thirty.

-- James A. Froude

CAER Food Shelf

Address:
12621 Elk Lake Rd NW
Elk River, MN 55330

Map & Directions

(10 Miles Away - Go to: Elk River, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(763) 441-1020

Website:
http://www.caerfoodshelf.org

Services:
Emergency food shelf that has a grocery store atmosphere

Hours:
Program Hours:Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10 am - 3 pm Monday and Thursday 6 pm - 8 pm Arrive at least an hour before close to receive food

Eligibility:
For residents of Elk River, Otsego and Zimmerman to use once every 3 weeks


Cornerstone Baptist Church

Address:
15300 Co Rd 35
Elk River, MN 55330

Map & Directions

(10 Miles Away - Go to: Elk River, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(763) 263-7878

Services:
Food shelf

Hours:
Program Hours:Tuesday 5 pm - 6:30 pm Unless it is a national holiday or there is severe weather; doors open at 4:45 pm Closed the last two weeks of December

Eligibility:
Area residents in need


Your greatest asset is your earning ability. Your greatest resource is your time.

-- Brian Tracy

Open Doors for Youth

Address:
554 3rd St NW #201
Elk River, MN 55330

Map & Directions

(10 Miles Away - Go to: Elk River, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(763) 441-1473

Website:
http://www.opendoorsforyouth.org/#!contact/c1z0x

Services:
A drop-in resource center for youth who are experiencing homelessness - - Offer assistance with Basic needs such as food, clothing, hygiene products and sleeping bags Essential services of medical and mental health, legal assistance, education and employment support Moving in supplies Case management Building networks of support, personal wellbeing, and housing stability

Hours:
Site Hours:Monday - Friday 12 pm - 6 pm

Eligibility:
Youth ages 16 - 24 who identify as homeless or having unstable housing who live in Elk River or surrounding areas


Community Emergency Assistance

Address:
1201 89th Ave NE # 130
Minneapolis, MN 55434

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away - Go to: Minneapolis, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(763) 566-9600

Website:
http://www.ceap.org

Services:
Youth food shelf which provides food on a weekly or monthly basis.

Hours:
Site Hours:- 8 am - 4:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday - 8 am - 6 pm Wednesday - 8 am - 11:30 am Friday

Eligibility:
Youth ages 12 - 21 years old who are homeless or transitioning out of homelessness; no geographic restrictions


Islamic Center of Minnesota

Address:
1401 Gardena Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55432

Map & Directions

(13 Miles Away - Go to: Minneapolis, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(763) 571-5604

Website:
http://www.islamiccentermn.org

Services:
Food shelf. Keeps a small amount of food available for emergencies between regular dates open. Families receive two - three grocery bags of food per family which contain mostly foods that are canned or dried each month. On Eid (the two Islamic holidays) families also receive coupons for meat and groceries.

Eligibility:
Residents of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott and Washington counties


Southern Anoka Community Assis

Address:
627 38th Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55421

Map & Directions

(16 Miles Away - Go to: Minneapolis, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(763) 789-2444

Website:
http://www.sacafoodshelf.org

Services:
- Anoka CAN (Connect and Nourish): Part of a consortium of food shelves in Anoka County which provide pre-ordered food boxes (containing non-perishable food items plus dairy, butter, milk, eggs and frozen meat) and safety checks to homebound seniors ages 62 and older who meet income guidelines - - - Emergency Food: Homeless youth can receive food once a week. Other individuals can receive food once every 30 days. Amount of food given is based on size of family, exceptions can be made, though. Uses a grocery store arrangement known as Client Choice. Individuals choose the food they prefer. - - - Hygiene products - - - NAPS distribution - - - Thrift Store: Accepts donations of and sells books, clothing, household goods, shoes and small kitchen appliances. Donations must be in good condition.

Eligibility:
Residents of Columbia Heights, Fridley, Hilltop and Spring Lake Park


There ought to be so many who are excellent, there are so few.

-- Janet Erskine Stuart

PRISM

Address:
1220 Zane Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55422

Map & Directions

(18 Miles Away - Go to: Minneapolis, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(763) 529-1350

Website:
http://www.prismmpls.org

Services:
Provides hygiene items and approximately one week of groceries for - individuals and families.

Hours:
Site Hours:Administrative hours: 9 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday

Eligibility:
Individuals and families residing in Golden Valley, Robbinsdale, New Hope, Crystal, and Plymouth (east of 494)


The Food Group

Address:
8501 54th Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55428

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away - Go to: Minneapolis, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(763) 450-3860

Website:
http://info@emergencyfoodshelf.org

Services:
Emergency Foodshelf Network’s mission is to be an innovative food bank that serves the hunger needs of their changing communities. EFN’s main goal is to ensure that their partner programs have the resources necessary to serve their clients today and into the future.  These resources include: affordable and free emergency food, technical support, infrastructure necessary to agency sustainability, and connections to additional resources to which to refer their clients. 

Support foodshelves, on-site meal program and hunger relief programs with over 3.5 million lbs. of food annually. Their bulk-purchasing program allows foodshelves to order foods that are in high demand or not being donated. All food donated is available to the food shelves at no charge. They do not add a maintenance fee to their food when delivering it to member agencies. Fare For All is a program to provide access to frozen meats, fruits and vegetables at 40 percent below commercial grocery store prices. The program is all volunteer run and is open to all interested in participating. Other programs include: Lost Harvest Mobile Foodshelf Baskets of Hope All Seasons Food Rescue Harvest for the Hungry


I go on working for the same reason that a hen goes on laying eggs.

-- H L Mencken

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