Food Assistance
  • Fridley Public Schools: Providing meals for kids during school days during the stay-at-home order. View the interactive map to find a pick-up location closest to you.
  • Anoka-Hennepin Schools: View more details from Anoka-Hennepin Schools
  • Community Emergency Assistance Program (CEAP): CEAP continues to serve neighbors who ask for help with groceries and basic needs through a “drive up” service. They have prepacked groceries assembled in boxes along with bags of produce and bread. Assortment is still both shelf stable and fresh at this time.View CEAP’s website
  • Free Meals: Minnesota restaurants and organizations are swiftly adapting to the situation, offering free meals to those who need them. View a list of food services in Minnesota
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Food Support: SNAP provides nutrition assistance to low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities. Learn more about SNAP
  • Metro Meals on Wheels: View the Meals on Wheels webpage
  • Lutheran Social Services: A variety of nutritional meal programs for older adults. Learn more about LSS meals
  • MN Department of Human Services – Food & Nutrition Assistance Links: Minnesota’s food programs help people with low incomes get the food they need for nutritious and well-balanced meals. These programs include the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the Minnesota Food Assistance Program (MFAP), and various other food programs and services, such as employment and training. With proper nutrition, children learn more easily, adults work more productively and seniors are healthier. View more about food and nutrition services
  • Food sites for children: View interactive map 
  • SACA (Southern Anoka County Assistance): View website
    • Call to make an appointment
    • Parking lot / drive-up delivery model.
    • Food delivery is still available, but currently over capacity. 
  • Salvation Army: View website
    • Call to make an appointment.
    • Serving food shelf customers via a drive-up model.
    • Drive up to the food shelf side entrance for food pick-up.
  • ACBC (Anoka County Brotherhood Council): View website
    • Operating during regular hours. 
    • Currently using drive-thru for food pick-up.
  • Centennial Food Shelf: View website
    • Curbside delivery method, with client completing a checklist ordered.
    • Volunteers deliver orders to clients in their cars.
  • NACE (Northern Anoka County Emergency): View website
    Limit of five people in the intake room at any time.
    • Food is handled by volunteers only.
    • Food is delivered to clients in their cars.
  • Find food shelves and free meals near you: If you don’t have internet access, call 1-888-711-1151

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