Below is our current list of New Hope food pantries.
We not only provide listings of pantries, but we also provide information on: food closets, food banks, soup kitchens, congregate meal locations, food boxes, vouchers, etc.
Our comprehensive list of food assistance programs provides full descriptions, pictures, hours, volunteer information, etc.
Food locations provided are faith based, government and non profit. We list them all.
If you know of a food pantry that is not included in our list, please submit new food resources to our database by going to the ADD A LISTING link on the header of our website. Provide as much volunteer information as possible as we are the top resources for volunteering at food pantries.
Mobile FoodshelfEnsuring access to nutritious food. A significant number of low-income individuals and families have trouble accessing emergency food from traditional food shelves due to lack of transportation, limited mobility, social stigma, or cultural reservations. The Food Group's Mobile Foodshelf is a partnership with public and subsidized housing complexes. The program delivers a three-to-four day supply of free supplemental food directly to housing complexes in the Twin Cities.For more information, please call.Go To Details Page For More Information
Hours:Thursday4:00pm – 8:00pmSaturday 9:00am – 12:00pm Closed: March 31, May 26, September 1, November 22, November 24, December 22, December 29 Our service area includes New Hope, Crystal and Plymouth residents. We also serve regular attenders of New Hope Church regardless of where they live and people referred by Tree House Ministries or Robbinsdale Women's Center. Families and individuals can visit once a month. No appointment is needed, but on-site registration is reqGo To Details Page For More Information