We are excited to offer online donations to MN Food Share
(please select March Out Hunger from the drop down menu)
WHAT TO COLLECT
Food Donations –
Food shelves need all types of food, paper, personal hygiene items, and cleaning products. Ideas include: shelf stable milk, peanut butter, Hamburger Helper (or similar boxed meals), canned tuna or chicken, pancake syrup, canned or dry beans, hand soap, and dish soap.
Cash Donations –
Easier to collect and deliver, food shelves can stretch cash donations further because of their access to discount products and programs. Cash also gives them more flexibility to acquire perishable items like fresh produce, meat, and dairy products.
Food donations will be donated to St. Paul’s Neighborhood House.
Financial donations will be matched by Minnesota FoodShare and distributed to 300 local foods shelves statewide!