Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)
Through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP), Second Harvest Heartland provides a box of nutritious food each month to low-income seniors 60 years and over through the Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS).
Program participants are given a box of highly nutritious food. The packages may include canned fruits, vegetables and juices, dry and UHT milk, American cheese, canned meat, peanut butter or dried beans, cereal, rice or pasta.
- Qualifying participants must be low-income Minnesota residents: seniors at 130% poverty level.
- Eligible clients are required to provide recently postmarked mail with name and address, knowledge of current gross monthly household income, and picture ID.
Inquire about registration for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program through Second Harvest Heartland at the phone number below. Additional CSFP satellite distribution centers are located at more than 200 other sites throughout Minnesota.
If you think you may be eligible for CSFP or know someone who may require assistance, please call 651.484.8241 or toll free at 800.365.0270 for more information.
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