Pillsbury United Communities food shelves fill an essential need in our communities, helping ensure that our neighbors across Minneapolis can put food on the table. During the month of March, all donations to our food shelves are eligible for a partial match from our partners at Minnesota FoodShare. Please give today.
RESPONDING IN CRISIS
When our communities needed us last year, our food shelves served up more than a million pounds of food and essential hygiene products to our neighbors in Cedar Riverside, Phillips, and throughout Minneapolis.
FRESH FOOD FOR ALL
Healthy bodies need healthy food, and nobody can survive on canned goods alone. Our food shelves are committed to offering fresh and local produce, much of it grown on-site.
A TASTE OF HOME
Food is culture. Food is home. That’s why our food shelves offer healthy ingredients tailored to the tastes of our Native, Latin American, and East African neighbors.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
All of us have a part to play in helping our communities fulfill their essential needs. Help put food on the table with a donation to Pillsbury United Communities, or connect with us via email and social media for the latest updates.
LOOKING FOR FOOD ASSISTANCE?
Food assistance is available via the food shelves at Waite House and Brian Coyle Center, as well as via our community meal programs at Waite House and Oak Park Center. More information available at the links below.