|People Reaching Out to Other People (PROP)
A nonprofit, multi-service organization serving children, families, adults and senior citizens who reside in Eden Prairie and Chanhassen. Volunteers are needed to sort donations and stock shelves in the food pantry, work in the office and help with special projects.
|The Food Group
Lend a hand. Feed a family. We cannot do it without you. Volunteers sort donated food, pack specialty food boxes, and help us educate others about what they can do to help fight hunger. Join us and see what a huge difference your time and effort can make.
|Feed My Starving Children
Group and individual volunteers needed to package food at Chanhassen location for shipment to people in need worldwide.
Matter is a nonprofit on a mission to expand access to health and food, next door and around the world. Join us in creating a world where we all matter more.
|ICA Food Shelf
Many individual and group opportunities to volunteer at food shelf distribution locations and for special projects.
|Interfaith Outreach Community Partners (IOCP)
Individual and group opportunities for volunteers of all ages
|Many Hands Many Meals (formerly Kids Against Hunger)
A volunteer-driven organization committed to inspiring, engaging, and educating people, starting with our children, by packaging life-saving meals that ease world hunger. Monthly food packing events in Excelsior.
|Loaves and Fishes
Provides nutritious meals to people who are hungry at several dining sites around the Twin Cities Metro area. Last year they served 358,000 meals to people in need.
The mission of Outreach is to provide safe water, food , medical care and education to children and those in need at home and abroad. Organize mobile food packing events for interested groups and distribute food locally and globally.
|Second Harvest Heartland
Year round individual and group opportunities at Golden Valley location to pack, sort and label donated food products for distribution.
|The Sandwich Project
Help feed the hungry and homeless in The Twin Cities by making sandwiches and donating them. The Sandwich Project feeds 4,500 people each day. Volunteer drivers are also needed.
Their mission is to to fight child hunger and focuses on filling the food gaps children face on weekends, extended breaks, and summer when they’re not able to access school meal programs. Through multiple food gap programs, they provide children and families experiencing food insecurity with access to good food at more than 500 locations in Minnesota.