March is the Minnesota FoodShare Month, sponsored by the Minnesota Council of Churches. A portion of all your donations made until April 1 will be matched by the campaign. Your gift will go a long way.
Here are three ways you can help:
The most efficient way to support Family Pathways food shelves is to donate money. "Our partnerships with food distributors gives us triple the buying power," Kathy Wills, Hunger Relief Director says. "For every one bag of groceries you can buy at a store, we can buy at least three bags of groceries with the same amount of money. One person can actually make a huge difference in stocking our shelves."
Donate nonperishable foods at your local Family Pathways food shelf. For locations and hours, click here.
Short on cash? No problem. Help by donating your time. We need volunteers to sort and stock donations at our food shelves. Learn more about becoming a Family Pathways food shelf volunteer.