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Food Shelves in Minneapolis


Below are up-to-date food shelf resources in Minneapolis. For information on how to support food shelves and meal sites, please visit the Health Department's Food Donations page or view this PDF for specific needs shared by food shelves.Food shelves help ensure all Minneapolis residents have steady access to food. The City is providing the map and information below to help make locating a food shelf and other food resources easier. Additional resources are listed below the map.

Minneapolis Food Shelves

This map shows Minneapolis food shelves. Click on a grocery cart to see the name of the food shelf, its address, days and hours of operation and contact information. Download a PDF of food shelf information (Bancos de alimentos de Minneapolis).

Please consider contacting the food shelf before visiting to confirm their hours of operation, as schedules may change.  

If you know of a food shelf not referenced on this map, please email any updates or corrections to Tamara Downs Schwei.

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Other Resources

Hunger Solutions provides information and advocates for hunger relief across the State. 

Second Harvest Heartland is a hunger relief organization that primarily acts as a food bank –one of the nation’s largest— that collects and donates food through a variety of programs and services. The organization operates across Central Minnesota, the metro area, and Western Wisconsin. Second Harvest Heartland is seeking monetary donations from anyone able to help.

The Food Group is a hunger relief organization that has many programs including a food bank and the Twin Cities Mobile Market to help alleviate hunger in Minneapolis and around the metro region.  

The Sheridan Story works to combat hunger in the community by filling the gaps to food access that children face.

Minneapolis American Indian Center serves a large and tribally diverse urban American Indian population in the metro area. Currently, they are providing culturally relevant meals to elders in the native community and are seeking donations. For more details, how to help, and who to contact, view this letter. 

Minnesotans receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) food benefits can now use their EBT card to purchase eligible items from authorized online retailers. Find more information about how to order food using EBT benefits, participating retailers and delivery options

Last updated Jun 4, 2020



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