Annual Report Supplement


Three largest program services as measured by expenses (FY2019)

Food bank : second harvest heartland is one of the nation's largest, most efficient hunger-relief organizations. We work alongside and strengthen the hunger-relief network, partnering with 360 food shelves and nearly 1,000 partner programs in every corner of our 59-county service area. Second harvest heartland works to eliminate barriers to food access with creative and innovative solutions. Last year, we community outreach: second harvest heartland is more than a food bank. Distributed more than 119 million pounds of food-over 105 million meals-to our partners in hunger-relief.

$151,933,644

Community outreach : second harvest heartland is more than a food bank. We're leading partner in the policies and programs that work to end hunger, like snap, school meals and senior nutrition programs, and we're an innovator in the areas where food can be the solution, like FoodRx and Minnesota central kitchen. Specifically within our community outreach work, our child hunger team support the 1 in 6 children in our service area facing hunger. We do so through grants and technical assistance to child nutrition partners and promotion of programs like pandemic-EBT.

$8,921,752

Commodity supplemental food program : the commodity supplemental food program (CSFP) is one of the foundational services provided by second harvest heartland. Through this program, we provide free food for seniors, distributing 30-35 pounds of nutritionally balanced USDA food to individuals each month. Program participants are given a box of highly nutritious food, which may include canned fruits, vegetables and juices, shelf-stable milk, American cheese, canned meat, peanut butter or dried beans, and cereal, rice or pasta. In fy20, we provided CSFP food boxes to more than 235 unique distribution sites in 41 Minnesota counties, serving approximately 87,000 seniors monthly.

$8,313,610


Board of Directors

(1) Shahid Alam

(2) Heather Braimbridge-Cox

(3) Brian Buhr

(4) David P Crosby

(5) Teri Crosby

(6) Ken Davidson

(7) Ron Feldman

(8) David Fiocco

(9) Jill Harmon

(10) Christina Hennington

(11) Cam Hoang

(12) Bill Koschak

(13) James P Lemke

(14) Colleen May

(15) Stacey Fowler Meittunen

(16) Shawn O'Grady

(17) Paula Phillippe

(18) Scott Portnoy

(19) Jeff Putnam

(20) J Hunter Saklad

(21) Sheilah Stewart

(22) David Tilstra


Key Employees

Allison O'Toole (Chief Executive Officer)

Theirry M. Ibri (Chief Operations and Programs Officer)

Marsha Shotley (Chief Philanthropy Officer)

Patrick J. Boran (Chief Financial Officer)

Dawn Marie Nelmark (Sr Director Of Dev Mktg & Communication)

Stacy L. Wade (Chief People Officer)

Kimberly J. Studsrud (Executive Admin business Partner)

David E. Laskey (Director Enterprise Efficiencies)

Colleen Hase (Director of Information Technology)

Elizabeth Cooper (Director of Brand Strategy)

Constance C. Schlundt (Direct Marketing Director)

Robert J. Branham (Director of Produce Strategy)


Second Harvest Heartland Service Area by County

Second Harvest Heartland partners with nearly 1,000 food shelves, meal programs, shelters, senior programs and more throughout a 59-county area of Minnesota and western Wisconsin.


Second Harvest Heartland Service Area by County

Service area counties

In Minnesota

Anoka, Benton, Big Stone, Blue Earth, Brown, Carver, Chippewa, Chisago, Cottonwood, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, Jackson, Kandiyohi, Lac qui Parle, Le Sueur, Lincoln, Lyon, Martin, McLoed, Meeker, Morrison, Murray, Nicollet, Nobles, Pine, Pipestone, Ramsey, Redwood, Renville, Rock, Scott, Sherburne, Sibley, Stearns, Swift, Todd, Washington, Watonwan, Wright and Yellow Medicine.

In Wisconsin

Barron, Buffalo, Burnett, Chippewa, Clark, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, St. Croix, Taylor, Trempealeau, and Washburn.

Reference document: FORM 990 2019

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