Nearly half of those who come to Interfaith Outreach for the first time need food. The most vulnerable members of our community — seniors living on fixed incomes, families struggling to make ends meet, and children — too often miss meals. While food might be the most urgent need, it’s usually not the only challenge our neighbors face. At Interfaith Outreach, we also work holistically to prevent future hunger through employment and family support services. Your gifts are feeding families and fueling hope for people who live, work and play right next door.
There are so many ways you can help address hunger by supporting Interfaith Outreach’s Prevent Hunger campaign, a partner in the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign.
Questions? Contact Lani Willis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 763-489-7704.