Let’s bring in a LION’S worth of food to help re-stock the food shelves at Neighbors!
The Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign brings together Minnesota businesses, faith communities and individuals to help keep 300 food shelves statewide stocked throughout the year. In 2017, 4.7 million pounds of food were raised by Minnesota food shelves and Minnesota FoodShare. Neighbors finished second in the state, distributing 666,287 pounds of food. 5,940 families visited the food shelf in 2017.
All dollars and food donated to Neighbors stays at Neighbors! You can bring all donations to Saint James and they will be delivered to Neighbors. Below is a list of the most needed items:
Food: canned fruits and veggies, tuna, rice, chili, beans, jelly, Hamburger Helper, cooking oil, pancake mix, soup and masa flour.
Non-food: Bar soap, dish soap, toilet paper, deodorant, shampoo, toothbrushes and toothpaste, diapers and feminine products.
If you would prefer to make a monetary donation through Saint James, you can make a check out to Saint James and write Neighbors food shelf on the memo line.
So, LET’S GO SAINT JAMES….LETS FILL THOSE FOOD SHELVES!
Thank you for all your help!
Saint James Care Corps