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Make Hunger History

The 2030 Moonshot

We’ve set a course to cut hunger in half for all Minnesotans by 2030.

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GIVE NOW TO HELP END HUNGER

More than 813,000 people - 1 in 6 of your neighbors - reached out for food help last year. With inflation and sky-high grocery prices, the need is greater today. Your support helps provide much-needed food to local families who are missing meals.



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HUNGER AND HOPE IN THE HEARTLAND

The pervasiveness of hunger has become undeniable, and demand for food assistance continues to rise. But, working together, we all make it easier for our neighbors to reach out when they need help. We're feeding families. We're changing lives.


We believe hunger is a solvable problem

There is more than enough food for everyone. As one of the nation’s largest hunger relief agencies, it’s our job to make sure healthy, nutritious food gets to the households who need it. Every day, we’re working together to source and distribute food efficiently, advocate for effective policies and programs, and invest in new ways to end hunger in the heartland.

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We Can Help

Need Food?

Hunger can happen to anyone. Second Harvest Heartland can help you find free food near you, and connect you with other food assistance resources.

OUR MISSION IN ACTION

See how our food bank team, our network of local partners, and our generous volunteers and donors are working to end hunger together.

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4 Reasons Why People Need Food Assistance This Fall

In the latest edition of our “4 Reasons Why” series, learn about the challenges that are exacerbating food insecurity in Minnesota right now.

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How SNAP Helps Grocery Stores Make Food Accessible

On average, for every $1 invested in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), $1.50 is generated for grocers, making SNAP an important resource not just for those facing hunger, but for…

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A Fulfilling Effort: The Ways in which College Students Volunteer at Second Harvest Heartland

College students are a valuable part of our volunteer team, donating their time and skills in helping feed their community.

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Delivery Day at Pipestone County Food Shelf

Delivery day at Pipestone County Food Shelf is managed by a dedicated and knowledgeable team of volunteers who work quickly to stock shelves and prepare to welcome shoppers. The food shelf is eagerly…

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Stories of Hunger and Hope in the Heartland

The spring/summer issue of Heartland Connection, Second Harvest Heartland's print newsletter, is now available. Read about partners like The Bread of Life Food Pantry changing lives in North…

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