Address:9301 Eden Prairie RdEden Prairie, MN 55347Map & Directions
Services: - Free dinner served every Thursday - - - Free clothing closet following dinner every first and third Thursday of the month and includes children and adult clothing, outerwear, shoes, and linens. May included limited amount of child and/or adult diapers. - - - Accepts donations of gently used clothing (wearable in the current season and of current fashion), shoes, and unopened disposable diapers.
Hours: Program Hours:- Dinner served at 5:30 pm every Thursday
- Clothing closet available 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm first and third Thursday of each month
Eligibility: Open to the public; no geographic restrictions
Address:1615 MainstreetHopkins, MN 55343Map & Directions
Services: Limited assistance with infant clothing, formula and baby supplies available to clients enrolled in the Earn While You Learn (EWYL) program while in the first trimester of pregnancy.
- - - Clothing for infants to age 3
- - - Diapers, formula, baby food, blankets, used baby equipment
- - - Accepts donations of new and used baby clothing and other equipment that is clean and in good condition. Can accept emergency clients (individuals past their first trimester) on a case by case basis. An intake inteview with a client coordinator and program director approval is required.
Hours: Program Hours:11 am - 4 pm Monday - Wednesday and Friday
Appointments available on Thursday and Saturday
Eligibility: - Participants of the Earn While You Learn program (EWYL) while in first trimester of pregnancy;
- One-time assistance for persons not enrolled in EWYL program;
- Primarily serves Carver County and western Hennepin County zip codes of 55343, 55344, 55391, 55426, 55331, 55434, 55436, 55439 Adults Teens Children Families Females
Address:9600 Aldrich Ave SMinneapolis, MN 55420Map & Directions
Services: - Provides a seven day supply of food to those in need including fresh produce, meat and dairy. Baby products and hygiene items often available. Food Shelf may be used one time per month. - - - Food delivery for home bound clients - - - Rides home available for those that are pre-registered. Does not provide car seats. If children accompany families and are of legal car seat age/weight, the adult must provide and install the car seat.
Eligibility: Low income residents living in Richfield, Bloomington, Edina and part of south Minneapolis (south of 50th Street, west of Cedar Avenue)
Address:6517 Nicollet AveMinneapolis, MN 55423Map & Directions
Services: Earn while you learn program. Client participates in parenting classes and earns 'points' which can used to purchase the following items: - New baby equipment (as available) - Diapers - Wipes - Maternity clothing - Baby clothing up to size 3T Accepts donations of new car seats, cribs, strollers, high chairs and diapers and new or used baby clothing and maternity clothing in good condition.
Hours: Program Hours:9 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Pregnant women and parents of small children who are low income. Primarily serves residents of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Olmsted, Ramsey, Scott and Washington counties.
Address:13901 Fairview DrBurnsville, MN 55337Map & Directions
Services: Designed to be a resource for food, clothing, household items, baby supplies or furniture on a limited basis. - - - Offers individuals food once a month in partnership with Salvation Army - - - Offers farmers market to individuals twice a month in partnership with Salvation Army - - - Offers clothing which is limited to 10 items per family member per month - - - Offers diapers with monthly food/clothing visit - - - Offers furniture and requests are taken throughout the year - - - Offers dental clinic to individuals without dental insurance that are currently experiencing mouth pain. Services provided include extractions/pulling teeth and fillings for cavities. Services are prioritized by the level of pain patients are experiencing. - - - Offers fans - - Accepts donations of: - - - Cars - - - Clothing: Keep donations within the current season - - - Diapers - - - Fans - - - Food: Pancake mix/syrup, spaghetti noodles/sauce, soups, bags of sugar four pounds or larger, canned fruit, canned vegetables, cereal, cooking oil, macaroni and cheese, small bags/boxes of rice, tuna, canned chicken, Helper Meals, peanut butter, jelly, beans - baked (in cans) and pinto (in bags) - - - Housewares: Bakeware and mixing bowls; bed linens (pillows, sheets, blankets and bedspreads); dishes, serving pieces and glassware; pots and pans; kitchen and table linens; lamps (floor and table); silverware and kitchen utensils; towels (hand, wash and bath); vacuums; shampoo; toothpaste; toilet paper; deodorant; laundry detergent - - - Large Furniture: Dressers (not triple); mattresses/box springs (all sizes except king); sofas/loveseats; tables and chairs (kitchen and dining, no glass tables); upholstered chairs - - - Small Furniture: Bed frames (metal only - no headboards or footbaords) and tables (night/end/coffee)
Eligibility: - Donating Items: Anyone
- Receiving Items: Residents of Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, Farmington, Lakeville, Rosemount and Savage
Address:8401 73rd Ave N # E24Minneapolis, MN 55428Map & Directions
Services: Disposable diapers, pullups, training pants, baby wipes and incontinence supplies for sale at discounted prices.
Address:3045 Chicago AveMinneapolis, MN 55407Map & Directions
Services: Sells packages of diapers at a low cost.
Hours: Program Hours:4 pm - 6 pm Tuesday; 11 am - 1 pm first and third Saturday
Eligibility: Residents with children in diapers up to age 4; primarily serves Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott and Washington counties
Address:825 Nicollet Mall # 702Minneapolis, MN 55402Map & Directions
Services: - Offers supportive help including information about pregnancy and abortion (no referral for abortion) and a one-to-one relationship throughout pregnancy, if desired - - - Provides maternity clothing and layettes - - - Provides diapers (up to size 4). Call ahead to verify the availability of the size of diaper that is needed. - - - Assists with finding and utilizing appropriate community resources - - - Accepts donations of diapers, new and used maternity and infant clothing - - Note: Does not have baby furniture
Hours: Program Hours:- 10 am - 2 pm Monday - Thursday; closed Fridays
- When a caller contacts Birthright after hours, they receive an answering machine message stating the office is closed and are given another number to call which is answered 24 hours/7 days a week
Eligibility: Anyone concerned about pregnancy or in need of newborn items or maternity clothes; no geographic restrictions
Address:4367 N Thomas AveMinneapolis, MN 55412Map & Directions
Services: Gently-used clothing for children up to 24 months and maternity clothing. Children's clothing size 2T - 6T sometimes available. Use limited to once per month with 30 days between appointments. Diapers (use limited to once a month with at least 30 days between appointments) Formula (use limited to once a month with at least 30 days between appointments) Accepts donations of maternity and infant clothing and children's clothing up to size 6 that are clean and in good condition.
Eligibility: Pregnant women and parents with small children who are residents of the following zip codes: 55411, 55412, 55418, 55421, 55422, 55427, 55428, 55429, 55430, 55432, 55433, 55441, 55442, 55443, 55444, 55445, 55446, 55447, 55448, 55449 (north Minneapolis and northern suburbs)
Address:1900 11th Ave SMinneapolis, MN 55404Map & Directions
Services: - Food shelf for community residents. Use is limited to once a month. Follows a client choice model where clients get to choose their groceries from the food shelf. - - - Diapers and formula - - - East African food distribution on Thursday - - - Free Friday Food Give Away on Friday - - - Home delivery for south Minneapolis residents who are disabled and unable to visit food shelf. Food is delivered free of charge once a month. Food is hand selected from the on-site food shelf and includes canned and boxed non-perishables; fresh produce, meat, eggs and milk when available. - - NOTE: Regular food shelf is closed on Fridays. CES conducts free Friday Food Give Away only on Fridays.
Hours: Program Hours:1 pm - 4 pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; 1 pm - 6:30 pm Wednesday
Food Give Away: 1 pm - 3 pm Friday; no mail or picture ID required
Somali Food Distribution: 9:30 am - 12 noon Thursday
For delivery services, call and schedule a home visit: 9 am - 4 pm Monday - Thursday
Eligibility: - Residents of area bounded by south of I94, east of 35W, north of Lake Street and west of the Mississippi River
- Home delivery in the Phillips neighborhood for individuals with disabilities who are unable to visit the food shelf.