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While hunger in our midst is not always visible, it is no less real.

The need for food from the Interfaith Outreach Food Shelf is often what brings families and individuals to our doors. But, while food might be the most urgent need, it’s usually not the only challenge our families face. Interfaith Outreach immediately addresses the need for hunger and then works to prevent hunger in the future by linking families to resources that create long-term change. We work one-on-one with people to put together a plan to address food insecurity. Then, through services like family support and case management, we help people find and keep jobs that lead to long-term family stability.

campaign DATES: MARCH 1-31, 2018

goal: $150,000 and 100,000 pounds

  • Organize a food and fund drive (view the group flyer, food drive packet and full toolkit for ideas and resources)
  • Make a financial gift online or send a check (memo line “Prevent Hunger”)
  • Bring most-needed items to Interfaith Outreach, 1605 County Road 101 N in Plymouth, Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Attend a fun community event in support of the Prevent Hunger campaign

I want to prevent hunger!

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.

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Questions? Contact Liz Erstad-Hicks at lerstad-hicks@iocp.org or call 763-489-7506.