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Minnesota FoodShare is a program of Greater Minneapolis Community Connections (GMCC) formerly Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches who serves mothers, fathers, kids and elders in the Twin Cities area and throughout greater Minnesota. Our core mission is uniting people of faith, serving people in need. We strive to prevent hunger, provide a positive foundation for youth, encourage cultural diversity and pursue the end of poverty. 

Fighting hunger through local community action

Minnesota FoodShare engages thousands of Minnesotans annually via the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign, food insecurity education and awareness efforts, and state and federal advocacy efforts supporting programs that address poverty and food insecurity.


Advocacy & Education

Minnesota FoodShare joins members of the anti-hunger community to exchange ideas and collaborate to address the challenge of food insecurity through educational workshops, anti-hunger resources, and food partner conferences. Throughout the year, we are strong advocates  at local, state, and national levels. Minnesota FoodShare seeks to educates the community about food insecurity and encourages legislators and community decision makers to lend a compassionate and objective voice to public policy debates that impact Minnesota families living in poverty.

Fundraising

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The Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign brings together Minnesota organizations, businesses, faith communities, and individuals to help keep 300 food shelves statewide stocked throughout the year. Since 1982, Minnesota FoodShare has distributed over 17.2 million dollars to March Campaign participating food shelves throughout the state. 


What We've Achieved

2017 March Campaign results:

  • 280 food shelves participated

  • $7,781,597 raised

  • 4,748,756 pounds of food collected

  • $324,500 distributed to participating food shelves via the Minnesota FoodShare FoodFund

2018 March Campaign results:

  • 284 food shelves participated

  • $8,150,938 raised

  • 5,527,882 pounds of food collected

  • $300,000 distributed to participating food shelves via the Minnesota FoodShare FoodFund

 

  To date, over $17.2 million has been distributed to March Campaign participating food shelves via the Minnesota FoodShare FoodFund.

 

volunteer

Throughout the year, you can support Minnesota FoodShare's efforts through volunteering. Help us work toward eliminating food insecurity in our communities.

Volunteer Opportunities →

DONATE

Minnesota FoodShare relies on donations from supporters like you for year-round fundraising, advocacy and education that address hunger issues in our state. Join us by donating today!

Make a Donation →

 

JOIN THE March Campaign

Annually since 1982, Minnesota FoodShare coordinates the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign, the largest food and fund drive in the state. Help stock Minnesota food shelves.

Join the March Campaign →


Questions? Contact us here or call 612-276-1556

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